We all grieve - differently
There is no “right” or “wrong” way to grieve.
We all experience grief. It is a universal truth about being human that we can not escape. The tricky thing is that no two people experience grief in the same way. Some of us express our grief by mourning openly and others prefer to mourn in private. Some of us take any opportunity to talk about the person who died and others prefer not to talk at all. Some seek comfort in religion, while others question their faith.
Grief is universal, and yet it is individual. Our grief is your own, and all of our feelings and expressions of grief are ok. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to grieve.
“All of us do it; it is a universal response to change, but we do it differently. It’s unique, as unique as our fingerprints.” Alesia Alexander, LCSW, CT