TEAR Model of Grief
Worden's (1991) model of grief argues that we have 'tasks' when we grieve. These include:
- Accepting the reality of the loss
- Experiencing the pain of the loss
- Adjusting to a new life without the lost person
- Reinvestment in the new reality.
The TEAR Model of Grief illustrates these four tasks of mourning.
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- Worden, J. W. (1991). Grief counselling and grief therapy: A handbook for the mental health practitioner (2nd edition). London: Springer.