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Loss in Young Adulthood

Millennials are those in their 20s and early 30s who are gradually emerging into adulthood ~ no longer juveniles but not yet seasoned, experienced adults. Whether in school part time, starting a new job or navigating the early stages of an adult relationship, they may be emotionally attached and financially dependent on their parents far longer than previous generations. Experiencing a death of a loved one during this emerging stage can be overwhelming if you’re a young adult, and isolating as well. Friends with no experience with loss cannot relate. Interactions on social media may seem frivolous and insensitive. Your problems and interests are different now. This forum is especially for you ~ and aims to connect you with other young adults whose losses are similar to your own.


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  2. Fear of losing others

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  3. When Both Parents Die

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  6. Both parents

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