Grief is unavoidable and trying to repress it or ignore it can lead to feeling even worse. Many outside influences affect the way we feel we should grieve. Allowing ourselves to mourn openly and outwardly without feeling restrained or restricted can release many of the emotions we may bottle up inside. Some people cry, some people yell, and some people laugh. Whatever form our mourning appears in, it’s an integral part of reducing the intensity of grief and expressing ourselves.
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