Unfortunately my grandma passed away early this morning. I was very close to her and loved her very much but I didn't cry at all when my parents told me this morning.
I feel a bit uncomfortable and guilty that I haven't displayed the emotions my siblings (both younger and older) have displayed by not crying. I was just absolutely shocked and in denial when i was told this morning.
has anyone felt the same?
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is not crying when a close family member passes away normal? watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-02-2018 16:02
- 26-02-2018 16:04
Yes - when I lost my gran in November, I didn't cry. I certainly was sad though, and it did make me less focused on school work that week.
- PS Reviewer
- 26-02-2018 16:20
It isn't uncommon. We all process grief differently, and you may find that after some time has passed and the shock has subsided you do eventually have a good cry. You might not. There is no right or wrong way to act so don't be concerned that something is inherently wrong with you.
- 26-02-2018 16:26
It probably hasnt hit you yet
And dont worry if you dont cry, people have different ways of coping with loss
Sorry to hear about your nan x
- 26-02-2018 16:30
Not an issue at all, as the people said above we all process grief differently and have different reactions to it. I hope you feel better soon, and think of your grandma with happiness