Searching Behavior

. We hope you’ll enjoy this post from Roger Edwards, previously shared on his own blog several years ago:   Last week, I attended a ‘Complicated Grief’ seminar for Continuing Education Credits. The presenter, (a Fellow of Thanatology), taught that there is one main difference between grief and depression. Grief possesses the quality of yearning, whereas depression is sadness without yearning. The yearning, of course, is for the someone (or something) you have lost. You want them back; you think about them. Perhaps you even search for them. They call… Continue reading Searching Behavior