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Romanska on Coping with Grief: Big Think

Performing Arts Professor Magda Romanska writes in Big Think about how humans experience grief and the myth of the “five stages of grief.”

Citing recent work by a neurologist, a sociologist, and multiple psychologists, Romanska describes the properties of grieving, lays out the ways humans have adapted to cope with grief, and explains why the American fixation on the “five stages” is neither scientifically nor spiritually useful.

Read the piece.

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