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I didn’t really understand the “grief” until after reading your post, but my husband told me to give it a try. I do not know what I came down with but it had me wondering so I researched it a few times. I am now reading about the different kinds of things that go on during “The Grief”. It seemed the more we knew about the emotional aspects of it the worse it could get. I am trying to understand and understand how everyone reacts to The Grief, and the way others can be affected along with you.
I know you’re going through a very hard time with your loss and you may be feeling a sense of sadness that you haven’t felt throughout the grieving process yet. This seems to be a more common reaction, with many people getting a feeling that your feeling is in the way of others. Or that some in your family have changed and don’t like them anymore.
This is a common response to grief if a family member or person you love is no longer around and it’s hard coming to terms or accepting a loss. It’s probably a feeling that comes along with a lot of emotions. You may see it and it’s likely that people are reacting differently to it. This, if it is, can cause some to become really sad or upset.
Maybe you are just upset because so many family members are not available to comfort you at that time? Maybe you feel you need to be alone and it’s the only time that you can feel it? Maybe you are in a relationship with someone who feels like they don’t know how to get better, is really hurt or is not doing what you are supposed to be doing? Maybe you are just so overwhelmed that you are unable to handle it?
Let this be an example of some of the many ways you may feel like you need to be alone. A lot of people in your family may react to this emotionally; they may see it as a way to isolate you, or to blame you for the situation. Or they may simply tell you they don’t like what it’s like. I know I will have a hard time handling a family member’s loss without trying to make up for years of feeling alone too. And
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