Coming Through the Fog: Coping With the Trauma of Loss

Unable to think, concentrate or remember things is not uncommon after the death of a loved one. It is all part of what has been called “widow’s fog.” 

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell lost her husband who suddenly died two days before Thanksgiving 2018. She writes about coping with the emotional, physical and mental effects that grief has on the body.

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