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Ashton, Gail
Publisher: Glyndŵr University Research Online
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: death of a child, post-traumatic growth, Counseling Psychology, continuing bonds, bereaved mothers, grief

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Qualitative research that explores the grief experience of bereaved mothers after the death of a child has revealed continuing bonds and the possibility of post-traumatic growth.
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