Ambiguous Loss: Grieving a Loss That Isn’t Physical
We all know the pain when a loved one passes away, but what about the ambiguous loss we feel when someone we love and provide care for suffers from dementia? Ambiguous loss refers to a loss that occurs without resolution or understanding. This type of loss often leaves a person searching for answers or closure, which in turn complicates and delays the grieving process, leading to unresolved grief.
Home Instead Senior Care Minneapolis understands the added stress that is placed on families when caring for loved ones who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia and the ambiguous loss that can go along with it. To read more on this topic as well as learn helpful tips and resources, visit: https://seniorcareminneapolis.net/2018/02/26/ambiguous-loss-grieving-a-loss-that-isnt-physical/