2022
DOI: 10.15309/22psd230222
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Complicating Factors of Grieving Process During the Pandemic: Bereaved Family Members’ Perspectives

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“…The scientific literature suggests that the grief experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic develops particular aspects stemming from this context of crisis. Social isolationmostly adopted as a measure to contain the virus -negatively affects the grieving process since it impairs the exchange of social support and the monitoring of the deceased during the illness and after death 49,50,51,52,53,54 . Such impact, widely reported by the bereaved family members who participated in the reviewed studies, is in line with the indication that these experiences with loss, intensely affected in the context of a pandemic, affect the mental health of the population and lead to emotional, cognitive, and behavioral changes, possibly culminating in more intense and lasting grieving experiences 12,49,50,55,56 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The scientific literature suggests that the grief experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic develops particular aspects stemming from this context of crisis. Social isolationmostly adopted as a measure to contain the virus -negatively affects the grieving process since it impairs the exchange of social support and the monitoring of the deceased during the illness and after death 49,50,51,52,53,54 . Such impact, widely reported by the bereaved family members who participated in the reviewed studies, is in line with the indication that these experiences with loss, intensely affected in the context of a pandemic, affect the mental health of the population and lead to emotional, cognitive, and behavioral changes, possibly culminating in more intense and lasting grieving experiences 12,49,50,55,56 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%