As your grief process unfolds, you may learn things about yourself that you never knew before.
Know that it is okay to be angry. You are entitled to your anger and it is important to find ways to deal with it constructively.
You may choose to expend it physically by walking, running, or exercising. You may, instead, cry it out, talk it out, write about it, meditate, or pray.
In this journey of growth and courage, fear too needs to be recognized and acknowledged.
As you confront your fears, you may discover hidden strengths and resources within yourself.
Guilt is a difficult emotion. By giving guilt its full expression, you may come to understand its meaning and its place.
Learn more about TRU Community Care Grief Services.