Dr. Neimeyer answers a  question from  a woman who lost her daughter and is troubled by the differences in the way she and her husband experience grief
"...My daughter passed away four years ago. My husband and I grieve so differently. I find it difficult to feel supported by him because I have always needed to talk about my grief while he rarely talks about his. When I cry, he doesn't know what to say and doesn't really offer the support I need and want..."

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Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D.
... is one of the foremost authorities on bereavement and grief. We are honored to host  a weekly question and answer column authored by Dr. Neimeyer.
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