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Ambiguous Grief is Real

Coping with loss before it happens

Image by Richard Mcall from Pixabay

I am waiting for my father to die. There I said it.

I recently was introduced to this psychological phenomenon: Ambiguous Grief — the idea that you can grieve someone who is still alive. It is likened to a breakup, and I know I have grieved some of the worst ones, but grieving the pending loss of a family…

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Samantha Lazar

Samantha Lazar

Poetry, fiction, and essays in celebration of being a Mom, Wife, Educator, Writer, & Lover of Life.

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