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Exploring The Dynamics of Grief Management: The Significance of Social, Emotional, and Practical Support

This research explores the complex dynamics of grief as a deeply personal response to the loss of a loved one. Grounded in attachment theory, particularly drawing from John Bowlby's seminal work, the study reveals the emotional and relational dimensions of grief. The severance of attachment bonds activates intense grief reactions, emphasizing the need to address attachment-related needs during the grieving process.Central to the paper is the significance of social support in grief management, encompassing emotional, practical, and social dimensions. Emotional support, characterized by empathy, creates a secure space for expression, while practical support and social connections contribute to a sense of belonging and normalcy in the grief journey.The research introduces the Comprehensive Grief Care Model, advocating for a multidimensional approach that integrates social, emotional, and practical support. This model highlights the interconnectedness of these dimensions, emphasizing their complementary roles in providing comprehensive care. Emotional support strengthens social connections, while practical support alleviates burdens, creating a holistic and synergistic support system.The proposed framework holds implications for research, practice, and policy in grief management, signaling a shift toward a more personalized and comprehensive approach. Future research directions include evaluating intervention effectiveness, exploring cultural variations, examining long-term outcomes, investigating technology-based interventions, and addressing the needs of marginalized populations. This research contributes to a nuanced understanding of grief, offering a robust framework to guide the development of effective support strategies for individuals navigating the complex journey of loss Keywords - Grief Management, Social Support, Emotional Support, Practical support