PTSD: National Center for PTSD
Whether or not someone has PTSD, grief can be challenging. Although there may be common emotions or memorial traditions, there is no "right way" of grieving. About 1 of every 10 people will experience grief in ways that feel more intense or last longer than expected; and, this is more common for people who have PTSD. These articles explain common grief reactions and self-care strategies.
- Grief: Different Reactions and Timelines in the Aftermath of Loss
After loss, there is no specific way of grieving that is right or wrong, and there is not a "normal" length of time to grieve. Learn about common grief reactions, the process of grieving over time and prolonged or complicated grief reactions that may benefit form mental health treatment.
- Grief: Taking Care of Yourself After a Loss
There are many ways to take care of yourself when you are grieving. Learn about factors that may influence self-care strategies, challenges grieving death resulting from disaster or public health crisis and strategies noted by others to help reduce grief over time.