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It's been a month since Grandma passed, and everyone expects me to be a sobbing mess. But honestly, I'm furious. Angry she left, angry at the illness that took her, angry at myself for not saying goodbye properly. Is this weird? Social media posts are full of tearful tributes, but I just feel this rage. Is it okay to be mad at someone you loved who died? I need to understand these confusing emotions and find a way to express them before they explode.

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Hi there, I firstly want to say that I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one can never, ever be easy. Grief can manifest itself in various manners, sometimes they are even unexpected or confusing. I am a psychologist and would love to help you out with these emotions. A few things you can try to do to understand your emotions are to realise and accept that anger, is in fact a part of the grieving process. This usually stems from feeling helpless, abondon or something that is unresolved. Accept you're anger, guilt and regret but never forget to be compassionate to yourself as you are also going through a hard time. To express yourself you can try journaling your feelings, physical activities, reach out to your friends or can come talk with me. I hope you're feeling well, would love to hear from you soon.

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