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THE ABSENT-MINDED GRIEVER: DISTRACTED AFTER LOSS

THE ABSENT-MINDED GRIEVER: DISTRACTED AFTER LOSS
RACHEL WECKBACHER
Before I lost my son, I was a fairly competent person.
I have never met a person that has suffered through the grieving process and come out unchanged. Some grievers find themselves unable to listen to certain songs. Many grievers are forced to battle depression or PTSD. Some grievers cannot bear to be alone. And some grievers, like myself, find themselves completely distracted and unable to focus.
I have driven home and not remembered the drive.
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