Have you ever experienced a loss in your life, that wasn’t an actual death of a friend or loved one? This feeling and experience is called Ambiguous Loss. Ambiguous Loss is best described as a loss that isn’t concrete. Ambiguous Loss will often lead to you experiencing the Stages of Grief. The stages are Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and (eventually) Acceptance. Some of the most common causes of Ambiguous Loss are job loss, divorces, miscarriages, illnesses, and trauma. Here are some examples of what Ambiguous Loss may look and feel like: A new client starts therapy because a loved one disappeared in a drowning accident. The body of this loved one was never recovered. However, the family is moving forward...
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