From On A 's Sorrow By William Blake

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– From On Another’s Sorrow by William Blake Statement of the Problem Grief and loss is a universal human experience. No one experiences it in the exact same way. The more significant the loss the more intense the feelings. Many associate grief with the death of a loved one, which often causes the most intense grief but any loss can cause grief. When people have issues processing grief “normally” than complicated grief and unresolved grief issues may develop. This can become problematic, resulting in a reduced quality of life. The risk factors for experiencing serious symptoms of grief can be connected to the physical and emotional health of the individual. Rather it is due to complicated grief or unresolved grief it is the intensification of grief to the level where the person is overwhelmed, resorts to maladaptive behavior, or remains interminably in the state of grief without progression of the mourning process towards completion…. [It] involves processes that do not move progressively toward assimilation or accommodation but, instead, lead to stereotyped repetitions or extensive interruptions of healing (Horowitz et al., 1980, p. 1157). There is limited research involving complicated and unresolved grief integrated with scrapbooking. Scrapbooking can a great coping method for many of life’s challenging events (Karns, 2002). To date, neither the literature nor the researcher’s experience provides evidence of the systematic inclusion of evaluations involving

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