When Does Grief Become Pathological?

by Carol W. Berman, M.D.


Jonathan’s* father had always taken care of everything, from their business to social activities. Jonathan, even though he was 50, was comfortable taking a back seat while his father drove, both literally and metaphorically. He’d been trained to believe that his secondary status was normal. His father was a big, blustery, commanding man operated and owned a chain of electronics stores throughout the country. When he died suddenly of a brain aneurysm at 75…

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