The Diversity of Loss

When psychologists refer to “loss,” they are usually talking about events or experiences that make us feel at a loss. Not knowing where to go from here, feeling like what we value is gone or taken from us, or knowing we’ll never have what we need or dream of are common thoughts that accompany loss.

Even though loss is so common, understanding how to cope with that loss is not. If we search on the Internet or on, we’ll likely find the words “hair loss,” “weight loss,” and “loss of a loved one.” But so many other things are left out. Below are just a few, with many of them addressed in my upcoming book. Stay tuned!

What “loss” event or experience did I miss?  Make sure you type it in the Comments below!


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