Doing and ‘being’ in grief – Part 2

Last time, I wrote about how I was ‘doing’ grief – taking care of all the details and tasks around my dear father-in-law’s death [‘Doing’ and ‘being’ in grief – Part 1]. I hope I didn’t give the impression that ‘doing’ grief was somehow the wrong way to grieve. There is no wrong way, everyone has their way to grieve. We may avoid it or deny it but eventually we find a way, or our body finds the grief for us, [more on that subject to come…]and we grieve our losses. ‘Doing’ grief, as I referred to it, is also called…

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