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Crying is not a measure of your sadness nor proof of your grief.

I have been very sad, but I have not cried. Do I have to cry to grieve?

That is a question we get all the time from people who are concerned because they haven't cried since someone important to them died.

The answer is: In spite of the seemingly logical association between grief and tears, crying is not a measure of your sadness nor proof of your grief.

It is often said that we does grieve in our own way and at our own pace. That includes the fact that some people cry more easily or more often than.

There is no command that says there must be tears to prove that you are affected by the death of someone important to you. We know people who have been devastated by the death of someone in their life, but live chat never shed a single tear.

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That second reason is the more relevant to our topic. Anyone who has more than one child knows that each child arrives with a stamp of personality.

Some are open and bbw little man, some are closed and private about their feelings. Neither is right or wrong, just different. Those differences affect what and how we communicate our emotional reaction to death. There are other reasons that might limit your willingness or ability to djes in reaction to the death of someone important in your life.

They are based on many misconceptions about how we should deal with the emotions associated with the impact of grief. Some of those ideas relate to the reactions of others, for example: As you can imagine, believing those kinds of ideas will inhibit you peple showing the emotions you experience when someone dies. All rights reserved.

Do Men and Women Grieve Differently? The Grief Recovery Institute 9 years ago.