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Grieving requires us to be exceptionally patient with ourselves as our emotions are likely to be more erratic than usual.  We may bounce from one emotion to the next as we travel down the path to acceptance, especially when we view acceptance as the most unfathomable goal possible.  However, it helps to differentiate acceptance from approval, and therapy must include the opportunity to explore any thought or emotion that is required to properly honor the impact that the loss is having on a person’s life.  

The grieving process takes time, and we may find that unusual situations bring up unexpected emotions, even when we think we think that we have moved past them.  We must understand that grief is not linear and that it's more useful to respect and tolerate our emotions than it is to become frustrated or bury them.

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