The grieving process is a difficult thing to go through, but it’s important that you do. Grieving can be considered as an emotional and physical process that helps people heal after the death of someone close to them.
Not everyone goes through the same grieving process or experiences it in the same way, so we’ll take a look at some of the basics below.
One of the key parts to grieving is accepting that it’s okay for you not to be perfect. You’ll never feel “normal” again, and that doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you.
There are many different kinds of grief that can happen after someone dies such as anger, sadness, loneliness or denial among others; experiencing these feelings is normal and so don’t worry if you experience them too! –
Grieving requires time – nobody swears off alcohol after a month without drinking anymore because they want to ween themselves off it gradually over their lifetime.
It also takes time when coming to terms with something like death or divorce (or other forms of loss).