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Some common symptoms of grief include:

· Difficulty sleeping

· Weakness/Fatigue

· Feelings of sadness, worry or frustration

· Self-isolation or detachment from others

The most common form of grief is bereavement, which refers specifically to the period of mourning after the death of a loved one. Negative emotions associated with bereavement are usually focused on feelings of emptiness and loss related to the deceased, especially when triggered by reminders.

Everyone deals with grief differently. Some cry for days, hardly taking a moment to care for themselves. Others laugh, whether nervously, or because they manage pain with humor. Others feel numb, and wonder why they aren't crying or laughing like the others. If you’ve experienced any kind of loss and are struggling with symptoms of grief, please reach out—you can get through this.