Everyone expresses grief in his own way.
The experience of grief is painful and frightening. Although it is generally accepted that a grieving person goes through several stages from shock and confusion to restoring equilibrium, it is abundantly clear that everyone overcomes this woeful way in his own way.
"We grieve the way we live," says Elizabeth Harper Needle, Ph.D. The basis of her book “Seven options: a return to life after the loss of a dear person” was based on the records of many conversations with people who survived the loss of loved ones, and also reflected her own struggle with grief after her husband’s death.
“There is no right way to endure grief,” says Dr. Needle. If you are a very emotional person, your reaction will be stormy. A calm person can withdraw into himself, withdraw. Active can show increased activity. Some people fall ill, others are angry, there are those who behave as if nothing happened. Some people begin to clean their house from floor to ceiling, while others are stunned. All this shows that the very deep foundations of their lives are affected, and such is their response. It is ridiculous to think that there is a sure way to respond to shocks. The only right thing to realize that something happened that broke the usual sequence of their lives. ”