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Why didnt I cry when my grandma died?

Why didnt I cry when my grandma died?

It’s not abnormal to not cry. If you are saddened by the death of a loved one, then it shouldn’t matter how you respond to that. Everyone grieves in their own way, and just because you didn’t cry doesn’t mean that you’re incompassionate or heartless. It just means that you react differently to the situation.

How come I don’t cry when someone dies?

If you’re not crying you may feel you’re not grieving as you should, and it can make you uncomfortable. If someone dies after a long terminal illness, it’s possible that those who were close have already experienced something called anticipatory grief . This is an emotional response to loss before it actually happens.

What does it mean if I can’t cry anymore?

If you can’t cry at all, you might have a hard time working through your own emotions, and you could also find it tough to connect with others. In the end, crying is normal, so don’t worry about trying to hold those tears back — they’re completely natural.

How much weight did I Lose when my grandmother died?

I was 140 pounds when my grandmother died 4 years ago, just 3 weeks before of my wedding. I intuitively knew that the reason my body was resisting losing further weight was because I was carrying the weight of guilt, regret and grief in my body. Let me explain… I love my grandmother, although I always thought I wasn’t the favorite granddaughter.

What did I want to say to my grandmother before she died?

She had things she would have wanted to say to her grandmother before her grandmother died, but her grandmother died suddenly and unexpectedly, so she never got to tell her those things. As a result, she was feeling a lot of pain, guilt and regret around her relationship with her grandmother and her grandmother’s death.

What happens when you have a relationship with your grandmother?

Through our work together, Jessica discovered that her relationship with her grandmother hadn’t ended, and she was able to design deliberate ways to feel her connection with her grandmother. The guilt and regret dissolved and an interesting thing happened with the physical weight too. I’ll let Jessica share what happened…

Why did my grandmother call me a fatty?

“Fatty” was her loving name for all of the women she loved, myself included. When we explored this further, I realized that my body was holding onto the guilt and regret (the emotional weight) as well as the physical weight, in an attempt to preserve my feeling of connection with my grandmother – as a way to feel like I was still her “Fatty.”

How to deal with the death of a grandmother?

When we’re mourning a loved one, it becomes easy to neglect ourselves in favor of lying in bed all day with a box of tissues. Try to get up and get outside to get some fresh air. Eat regular, balanced meals and aim for some physical activity a few times each week.

What should I do if my mother dies and has no will?

If your mother was single, then you and your siblings as well as any surviving parents (if only one parent died), will receive your mother’s assets. If no parents are alive, then the estate passes in equal shares to you and your siblings. If your mother was single with children, then the estate would pass in equal shares to the children.

What do you feel when you lose a grandparent?

For many, losing a grandparent means losing a very special family member who has played a major role in their life. If you have recently lost your grandmother you might feel a number of different emotions.

What happens to my mother’s estate if I have no parents?

If no parents are alive, then the estate passes in equal shares to you and your siblings. If your mother was single with children, then the estate would pass in equal shares to the children.