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Repeated Bereavement Takes Its Toll on Subjective Well-Being
and Objectives: The bereavement literature has shown that losing close loved ones can lead to sustained declines in quality of life. Research in this area has typically focused on singular bereavement events, such as the loss of a spouse or child. Much less is known regarding the consequences of repeated bereavement or repeated losses in one's social network. Research Design and Methods: We use longitudinal panel survey data from the Household Income and Labour Dynamics of Australia study todoi:10.18154/rwth-2020-01045 fatcat:zsi3sijilfdfzcxekml2wp7m7a