4 thoughts on “OVERCOMING GRIEF, THE ONLY WAY TO GET OVER LOSS IS TO ACTUALLY GRIEVE”

  1. Please give me input on my problem. I took good care of my mother when she
    was well and sick. When she passed it seemed my son pulled away from me. I
    am living in her house now, but am trying to redecorate and put my own
    energy in it. I really don’t understand what’s going on. Could it be that
    his childhood memories are in this house? I just miss him and what we had.

  2. Death is something that men handle so differently from women for one, and
    not sure how old your son is, but men tend to close up, and to not cry like
    women do, so even though you both need to grieve the loss of someone, his
    grandmother, your mom, the grieving process will be different and not
    necessarily done with each other, men tend to talk to other men, not to
    women

  3. and you both have to go on, and both take your own time. You can put up new
    decorations and keep some old ones, that’s up to you, whatever feels right,
    but your own relationship with your son will take time to move to its new
    place, missing someone you both loved.

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