Prolonged Grief Disorder: New Diagnosis, Old Struggle by Clarissa Moll (2022)

“Whether you’ve lost a loved one to prolonged illness or watched death quickly snatch away a friend or family member, you probably remember those first days of numbness after your loss. The flood of emotion interrupts physical and practical rhythms. The future looks murky with sorrow. Grief descends like a heavy weight over your life. Slowly and over time, many people begin to experience an almost imperceivable shift from this acute pain.. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work in the same way for everyone []”