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Thread: Has anyone felt anger towards their deceased loved one during grief?

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    Originally Posted by shellyf62
    I am so sorry this happened to you.
    I am happy that you have found a "normal" life. xxx
    Thank you for your kind words, shellyf62. I'm grateful.

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    Originally Posted by HeartGoesOn
    I remember that after my brother took his own life my most difficult cross to bear was anger, followed by "what could I have done, how did I miss the signs, did he realize the damage our family had to endure, etc."

    I still to this day have my anger moments, as well as some of the other stages of grief. This is all very normal, yet you eventually learn to accept it-(the last of the stages) yet going back and forth as time goes on is also normal. In addition to that everyone grieves differently, and it's far from a walk in the park.

    Have you lost someone recently?
    I lost my mom years ago when i was younger but i didn't start to actually grieving in my late 20's. I'm in my early 30's now and i am at anger stage because my mom died at young age which was a result from self destructive behaviour and she made some poor choices. I know she still loves me despite her choices but it's hard. The pain of losing her is making me feel angry

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    I would say that is completely normal. I am sorry you lost your mom at a young age.

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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    I would say that is completely normal. I am sorry you lost your mom at a young age.
    Thank you--it's definitely a life altering experience

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    I'm sorry for your loss. One day at a time, *Hugs*.

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