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The (n) stages of grief


Nucleus Mag

March 26 · Issue #18 · View online

Science and Culture Stories Curated by Journalist Dinsa Sachan

I heard the word “grief” several times over the last four months. I said it often, too. Needless to say, I was experiencing grief. As a journalist who covers mental health and neuroscience, it was only natural for me to investigate what grief entails.
In this issue of Nucleus Mag, I’ve curated some deeply reported pieces about grief and bereavement.

How should you grieve?
Two big myths about grief
After a death, an extreme form of grieving
Why the five stages of grief are wrong?
Death rituals and celebrations throughout the world
What ancient cultures teach us about grief, mourning and continuity of life
Have the British forgotten how to grieve?
Grief is a uniquely human reaction to loss. Sapiens, an online science publication, celebrates everything human. Everything Homo Sapiens, to be exact. This story explores how medical anthropology is helping understand the roots of the diabetes epidemic in Prima Indians. In this piece, the writer argues that preppers have a lot more to offer than just doomsday paranoia.
This week, I’m writing about why swearing is good for us for Mint, an India-based business daily. If you’re a stickler (I was one before writing this piece!), you need to read it.
Meanwhile, if you have experienced grief and would like to talk about it, feel free to write to me.
Oh, and if you think someone you know would appreciate Nucleus Mag, please forward it along.
Until next week,
Dinsa SachanFreelance Science and Culture Journalist
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