Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 17, Issue 24 (December-2 2020) – 444 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Having someone close, especially a parent or sibling, die through suicide or another form of traumatic death is a distressing event in the lives of adolescents, putting them at risk of grief and mental health ramifications. Most research in this field has been focused on intrapersonal grief reactions. This study broadened the perspective by exploring the impact of the death through an interpersonal lens. The study involved a thematic analysis of individual and group interviews with bereaved adolescents (n = 20) and parents of bereaved adolescents (n = 18). The study revealed the devastating impact of the deaths on adolescents and their relationships with peers and the family system. The adolescents’ agency and familial context are key to providing support to bereaved adolescents. View this paper.
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