Death is a unarguable fact of life from which there is no escape. It's occurrence creates the profoundest anguish, darkness and despair for the human mind.
It occurs in many shapes and forms: from the physical death of bodies to the end of relationships, jobs, or objects and places we are attached to and which then get taken away from us - against our will.
Chrissie Pollard interviews Previn Karian on the necessity of grief and grieving in human life, and particularly, in these times.
The Kubler-Ross model is revisited alongside a look at the deeper attachment of the mind to love objects that cannot be lost to death - or can they?
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