In grieving, an unexpected wave of emotions can hit caregivers

Caregivers can experience strong emotions, vulnerability and a change in identity after the death of a loved one. Feelings that may have been bottled up to maintain a strong front can come to the fore. Karen Gurney of Tempe, Ariz., said she felt first relief and then as if her purpose in life was gone after her mother and brother died, leading to days spent in bed crying.

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