Five variables that influence experiences of bereavement and grief (1) the nature of the prior attachment; (2) the way in which the loss occurred and the concurrent circumstances of the bereaved person; (3) coping strategies used by the bereaved person; (4) the developmental situation of the bereaved person; (5) the nature of the support available to the bereaved person.

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