Closure examines how contemporary americans with their inalienable right to pursue happiness have created a new emotion to help themselves deal with disappointment loss and grief the need to find closure can justify forgetting or remembering moving on or getting even to say nothing of making a buck sprinkled with examples that range from hilarious to heartbreaking this book explores . Start by marking closure the rush to end grief and what it costs us as want to read start your review of closure the rush to end grief and what it costs us write a review sep 21 2011 anne rated it liked it shelves cemetery project this book wasnt quite as in depth as i had been hoping as a work of sociology its on the lightweight side but i dont think its got enough . Closure the rush to end grief and what it costs us deborah carr contemporary sociology 2013 42 2 215 216 download citation if you have the appropriate software installed you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download format tips on citation download download citation . When it comes to the end of a relationship the loss of a loved one or even a national tragedy we are often told we need closure but while some people do find closure for their pain and grief many more feel that closure does not exist and believe the notion only encourages false hopes sociologist nancy berns explores these ideas and their ramifications in her timely book closure berns . 2012 closure the rush to end grief and what it costs us by n berns journal of social work in end of life palliative care vol 8 no 3 pp 274 275
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