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When I was studying Grief in mortuary college in 2003-5, I remember learning about “Searching” behaviors. This refers to something that happens most often to older people who have lost their husband or wife of many, many years. The surviving spouse imagines that they hear their deceased spouse walking around in the home that they shared together. They actually hear the deceased person’s footsteps in the hallway. Or they imagine that they hear the deceased calling their name. If the deceased had a routine to do certain things every day, the surviving spouse may imagine to continue to hear those daily