Grief Models - Explaining the Emotions of Grief Recovery

<p><br />As the primary caregiver for my wife, I learned about the various topics that families face when caring for someone with a life-threatening disease. Lynne battled glioblastoma for nearly four years before succumbing to the disease. Glioblastoma is a stage 4 brain cancer that is recognized for its fast-growth and recurring properties. Having learning about grief models prior to Lynne's illness, the learning helped with my grief recover process. The models provide a framework to understand the various emotions that one faces during a significant loss.<br><b>Grief - Preparing for Loss By Capturing Memories</b>:<br />My wife of 31 years, Lynne, lost her life to glioblastoma in 2010. The battle lasted almost four years. Glioblastoma is a stage 4 brain tumor, known for its fast-growth and recurring properties. As her primary caregiver, I learned many things about issues families face when caring for someone facing a life-threatening illness. This article covers the topic of grief and some of the techniques that the family used to help prepare them for the loss of a loved one.<br><b>Brain Cancer - Recognising the Symptoms and Understanding the Consequences</b>:<br />What is brain cancer? How is a brain cancer treated? How does brain cancer affect different areas of the brain depending upon where the tumor is located and what treatment is available?<br><b>Brain Cancer Symptoms</b>:<br />Brain Cancer is a malignancy that can be detected and treated only with a detailed medical examination. It is not a routine ailment since in most cases it is fatal. It normally strikes when one type of the brain cell transforms and loses its normal characteristics and starts multiplying to form an abnormal mass of cells called a tumor. However, not all brain tumors are malignant. Benign brain tumors pose no threat and can be successfully removed.<br><b>The Brain Cancer Risk From Careless Radiation Testing at Hospitals</b>:<br />It started when my brother-in-law, who is kind of fond of the drink, fell down heavily at home one day when a stroke hit him. It was a minor stroke that he recovered from with a week in hospital; but to be on the safe side, the doctors recommended a kind of radiation test that they said would help them identify the exact spot the blockage existed in that had caused the blood flow problem in his brain. <br><b>Adult Brain Tumor Risks, Diagnosis, and Treatment</b>:<br />A brain tumor is a mass or growth of abnormal cells that have multiplied out of control. There are many different types of brain tumors. Some are benign, or non-cancerous, while others are classified as malignant, or cancerous. Symptoms you experience and treatment options depend largely on the type of tumor as well as its size and location.</p>
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