"Grief may include strong emotions."
"A timetable doesn't apply to grief."
"There are no right or wrong
ways to grieve."
When someone you love has died and you grieve for the person it's common to discover that you have to relearn about the world and its' relationship to yourself because everything has changed for you.
You may be very tearful, cry a lot and want to talk and share your memories of the person. Or you may want to avoid talking about your emotions, prefer to be silent and prefer to keep yourself busy.
Men and women often grieve differently as they come to terms with the changes in their lives. 80-85% of grieving people find that with support from family and friends and their own resources, they gradually can learn to live with their loss, and they don't require professional help.