Grieving after a loss is a healthy process that can be done in a number of ways.  There are different types of grief according to our personalities and we must be aware of this.

When you experience a drastic loss is when you realize the pain so deep that grief causes. It is necessary to have the warmth of family, friends and colleagues. Each person copes with grief differently, focusing on work and not crying is just as respectable as spending 5 days mourning the death of a loved one.

Suffering is suffered in many different ways, the way of processing pain is not the same in one person as in another, but each and every one of them is respectable. Each person has their own rhythm.

When you suffer a loss

When someone suffers a loss, whether from a breakup or the death of a loved one, the worst thing you can do is judge someone for not crying or breaking down over the loss. The best thing you can do is educate yourself on the different types of pain and the different ways that people cry … even without tears . There are different ways to feel grief. Everyone has to find their own personal path to healing after the loss of a loved one. Do not miss the different types of grief that exist in people … and they are all just as important.

Nomads

Denial, anger, and confusion is the way a person who suffers this way feels most of the time, and they may not even know how it has affected their life. This type of person has not treated or resolved their pain.

In reality, all of us go through this type of grief immediately after loss, when denial and disbelief are at their peak. In this type of grief, the person is in shock and has a mental block that does not allow to think clearly . Grieving in this way is normal and it is not surprising that people continue to live their lives as if nothing had happened . However, after a certain period of time, the ideal is to seek psychological help that allows better processing of feelings.

Memorialists

A memorialist grieves by creating shrines or rituals to honor the deceased. They can dedicate a song, a place, a garden or art in his name. Visiting the grave of the deceased and leaving flowers is another ritual you can practice if you are grieving as a memorialist. It is a way of feeling a little closer to that person that you can no longer hug physically … but always with your heart.

Normalizers

A normalizer suffers from focusing on friends, family, and community. If you grieve as a normalizer, you focus on cultivating the relationships you have so that you can recreate or regain who and what you have lost .

Activists

A person grieving by becoming an activist will try to use this loss to help those struggling with the same, usually by educating and empathizing with people. Whether it’s a terminal illness or acts of violence, an activist will do everything possible to help them.

Losses caused by tragedies such as cancer, domestic violence or bullying, among others, can help the grieving person to help raise awareness of the dangers of action. They may also seek to promote other proactive ways to drive or prevent it from getting worse or happening.

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A person who cries for being a seeker generally reflects a lot of their morals and beliefs, and seeks to connect more through spiritual, philosophical, or religious beliefs . They do this to create or find meaning in their lives.

Grief is a healthy process to follow after a loss , and there is no one right way to do it. Understanding the different ways people grieve a loss will help you find a healthy way to process this tragic moment of loss in your life.

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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