Year: 2014 Source: Psychotherapy Review.(2000).2(12):516-519. SIEC No: 20140174

Ochberg (1988) has talked about some of the necessary tasks required to complete the process of grieving. Mourners must be able to express their emotions, understand the meaning of the lost person or object, be able to surface and work through the ambivalence in the relationship, all of which will eventually free them up to attach trust and love to new significant others and find appropriate replacements for the lost relationships.

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