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Older Adults� Conduct of Everyday Life After Bereavement by Suicide: A Qualitative Study

Hybholt, Lisbeth; Berring, Lene Lauge; Erlangsen, Annette; Fleischer, Elene; Toftegaard, Jørn; Kristensen, Elin; Toftegaard, Vibeke; Havn, Jenny; Buus, Niels


Background The loss of a loved one to suicide can be a devastating experience that can have negative long-term effects on the social life and physical and mental health of the bereaved person. Worldwide, an estimated 237 million older adults have experienced suicide bereavement. As assumed in critical psychology, �the conduct of everyday life� reflects the social self-understanding by which people actively organize their lives based on their personal concerns, negotiation with...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Frontiers in Psychiatry
DOI: .3389/fpsyg.2020.01131


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