The Second Year After a Loved One’s Death

Jackson Rainer was a psychology professor for 25 years, researching grief and bereavement. All the while, he struggled with his wife’s genetic cancer syndrome which caused many presentations of cancer over their course of their marriage. Then she died. Rainer recalls the process and benchmarks of the grieving process, through the not often mentioned grieving of the second year.

Read Jackson’s story here.

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