At some point in everyone’s life, there will be at least one encounter with grief
Grief does not follow any timelines or schedules
Everyone grieves differently but there is a common order in the stages we all feel
The 5 Stages Of Grief
Denying it gives you time to more gradually absorb the news and begin to process it.
"This isn’t correct. They got the results wrong."
It may mask itself in feelings of bitterness or resentment. they may not be clear cut rage.
"If he took better care of himself, this wouldn’t have been prevented"
Look for ways to regain control or to feel like you can affect the outcome
"If only I had called him that night, he wouldn’t be gone"
May feel like the inevitable point of any loss.
*Please Seek A Therapist For Help
"Whats the point of going on at all?"
There now may be more good days than bad days.
And that is OK
"I am fortunate to have had many wonderful years with them"
If you need help to cope, mental health professionals are here for you
What To Say When Someone Dies: Grief Narrative