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The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from Love and Loss
No one expects their dining room table to get stolen. And no one expects their loved one to die. Even when a person has been ill for a very long time, no one knows what it will be like to walk through the world without this other person. David has a conversation with Mary Frances O'Connor who took it upon herself to study grief from the perspective of what the brain is doing during grief, perhaps we could find the how, and that would help us understand the why.
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