“Real” grief means you cry all the time, right? Wrong!
Real grief looks like a lot of different things, and no one way is the right way.
But what if your partner, friends, or family members DO cry, and you don’t. Is that weird? (Spoiler alert: No, it’s not.) Does it cause conflict in your relationship?
Find out what to do about it in this video. It’s an excerpt from a monthly live Q&A session for members of the Grief Revolution on patreon.'Real' grief looks like a lot of different things, and no one way is the right way. If you aren't crying, that does't mean you aren't in pain. Every expression of grief is valid. Just as every expression of love is valid. Click To Tweet
How about you? Have you encountered situations where your grief is expressed differently than those around you? Watch the video, then head into the comments to this post and share your thoughts.
The more we talk about what grief is really like, the less alone people feel in their grief.
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