Most Helpful Guy
First of all I am sorry for whoever you lost close to you - What can I say every case is different, everyone deals with it differently and everyone finds ways to cope with it - So many factors was it sudden, was the person ill, young or old - I lost my father to cancer last year but he had dementia for last few years of his life, I was one of his primary carers off work for nearly two years and he didn't know who I was anymore, we never told him he had the cancer for the 4.5 months we knew.
My advice is whatever you are feeling let it happen, don't bottle it up - The rest of the bereaved will be all over the place, support and love each other, listen to and give the odd outburst of anger and grief. Nothing is permanment at this time. If you want to cry, cry like a baby, nothing wrong with that.
It will just be raw as fuck even maybe numb in short term then you move on to a long term grief of missing them mixed with moments of happy memories.
Look up bereavment sites to see if you like any of their advice and if you want to talk, talk to people about it.
As I said earlier there is no right way or wrong way of dealing with it just your way. My heart goes out to you, I remember how it feels.3
Most Helpful Girl
Omg sweetie, I'm sorry for your loss 😞 *hugs* I lost my bestfriend the 25th of June and it was horrible, I spent 2 months in my room crying and the worst part is that I didn't get the chance to tell her bye one lasr time... The wounds will heal but never disappear, I try to remember her as much as I can by thinking of our good memories and I see our old pictures...1