Impact of Resilience and Social Support on Long-term Grief

While many people cope with their grief associated with the loss of a loved one within 6-24 months after the loss, the bereavement process has been associated with developing emotional/behavioral problems, educational problems, and stress‐related medical conditions in bereaved siblings of children with cancer. Rasouli and colleagues (2022) sought to understand how protective factors, such as resilience and perceived social support, influenced the grief of bereaved young adults 2–10 years after losing a brother or sister to cancer. Read more…