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How the Public is Being Misinformed about Grief

“Have the psychiatrists gone mad? — those who weren’t crazy to begin with! They want to turn grief into a disease!” This might well be the attitude of many in the general public, having read the misleading news coverage of a debate over the DSM-5 — the still-preliminary diagnostic classification of mental disorders, often referred [...]
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