This is what I’ve heard after a loved one’s death:
“I can’t stop crying since __________ died.”
“I haven’t shed a tear since __________ died.”
We cry. We refuse to cry. We can’t seem to cry. We fight not to cry. We apologize for crying. We resent it when others seem to easily cry. We criticize ourselves for crying at the wrong time or place, with the wrong person or when others are watching.
We are weak.
Everyone else is strong.
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