After the death of a loved one to addiction, have you sought support in traditional grief groups but still feltisolated? Did lack of knowledge about the addiction process hinderothers« understanding of yourgrief? Did you feel judged because your loved one died from addiction? Did you sometimes feel the stigma of addiction caused the group to discount yourloved one«s lifeand death? These are some of the insights Gloria Englund experienced when she attended grief groups after her son died of a drug overdose in 2007.
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