When you lose something or someone you love it is very painful. After the loss of a significant person, there will be a storm of feelings with which it is difficult to fight such as rage, guilt, surprise, or shock. Still, the dominant feeling is a feeling of sorrow for which you have the feeling that you will never leave. Although all of these feelings are unpleasant and overwhelming, they represent a normal loss reduction. Their acceptance as part of the grief process is necessary to make you feel better.
There is no true or wrong mourning, but there are healthy ways to deal with pain. Although you consider yourself brave and do not show your feelings, do not hesitate to pay if you are crying or looking for help from close people. Sometimes it is only the presence of other people you believe is very important to deal with the feeling of suffering. And remember, showing the feeling of sorrow and suffering and the need for someone to “find you” in moments when you feel pain is not a feature of the weak, but the normal reaction of every human being.