Disenfranchised Grief Case Study

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I personally can’t think of a case when I felt disenfranchised grief. How I do believe that my parent experience disenfranchised grief. My father was raised in a strict military home in Puerto Rico. His father was a veteran from the Korean War and my grandmother was a nurse during wartime. When my grandfather passed away, my father definitely did not express much emotions. Since both of his parents served the war effectors their PTSD affected them. I was very small when my grandfather died and I don’t remember the funeral details, but I do remember how reserve my father was. Its definitely not a conservation that can be spoken in the
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