Though there are commonalities in losing someone, there are many types of bereavement.
(Mom & Dad -when he had Alzheimers)
Some of your grief experience depends on who you lose and what relationship you shared with them. Another factor can be what else is going on in your life at the same time.
All of this can affect what your grief will look like.
Below is a list of some kinds of grief. We might find one or two that we sort of fit into. As I have been researching out these definitions, I find myself saying; “Yes, I have experienced that.” or “So that’s why I felt this or that way!”
(Remember that these are still generalized and we all will experience things differently)
(I will continue to add more as I get them researched out.)
I hope that after you have read the definitions of these kinds of grief that you will find some comfort in knowing that you are not alone.
Yes, we each walk on our own grief journey, but we have others who are walking it too and understand our hurt.
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