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grieve

verb ache, aggrieve, anguish, be anguished, be sad, bemoan, bewail, complain, cry, cut to the quick, desolate, discommode, distress, feel regret, fret, groan, harass, lament, languish, moan, mourn, pain, pine, rue, sadden, sorrow, suffer, take to heart, torment, wail, weep
See also: affront, annoy, brood, discommode, distress, harass, languish, perturb, repent
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Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for CG (Boelen, van den Hout, & van den Bout, 2006) posits that grievers must assimilate the loss into their existing personal narrative, modify deleterious thinking patterns, and replace unhelpful avoidance behaviors with adaptive coping strategies.
Biank and Werner-Lin (2011) suggest that grief of childhood grievers evolve over time and that it is necessary to address upcoming issues as it gradually emerge over time.
When Grievers rampage into the glade, he defies tough guy Gally (Will Poulter, from We're The Millers) and leads a group into the maze to find an escape route It certainly leaves you wanting more.
Thomas defeated a Griever while inside the maze and saved himself, Alby and Minho.
The Grievers are a significant component of the plot and needed a more believable form and depiction.
They draw on evidence-based protocols of the UK and emphasize individualized care and the importance of providing choice and control to the grievers.
Grievers laid a wreath near the Saint Thomas historical shrine, where the Czech national, Thomas Rezika, died.
The grieving have a list of tasks that must be attended to, ranging from transporting the body to the grave to hosting other grievers.
A small voice inside of me says, You'll never get to be a Maze Runner, Katarina--you're blind and you'll get eaten by the Grievers for sure.
Intuitive grievers experience and express their grief primarily through affect, marked by a heightened experience and intense expression of emotion and a desire to talk about the loss.
According to the DPM, grievers should oscillate between the loss-oriented and restoration-oriented dimensions; problems can occur when they do not (Stroebe & Schut, 2001).