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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 43, Number 10, 26 November 2019

Examining the transitions between living and dying roles at end-of-life
pp. 601-610(10)
Authors: Lowrie, Daniel; Ray, Robin; Plummer, David; Yau, Matthew

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What do people really think about grief counseling? Examining community attitudes
pp. 611-618(8)
Authors: Breen, Lauren J.; Croucamp, Cameron J.; Rees, Clare S.

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Is there a role for the funeral service provider in bereavement support within the context of compassionate communities?
pp. 619-628(10)
Authors: Aoun, Samar M.; Lowe, Jennifer; Christian, Kim M.; Rumbold, Bruce

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Therapeutic gardening: A counseling approach for bereavement from suicide
pp. 629-633(5)
Authors: Machado, Mercedes M.; Swank, Jacqueline M.

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Self-compassion as a buffer against concrete but not abstract threat
pp. 639-646(8)
Authors: Gerber, Zach; Anaki, David

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Emotional security theory: An application to sibling bereavement
pp. 656-664(9)
Authors: Hardt, Madeleine; Jobe-Shields, Lisa; Williams, Joah L.

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Males tend to die, females tend to pass away
pp. 665-667(3)
Author: Ferraro, F. Richard

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