As we enter the holiday season, many of us struggle with how to manage our own grief as well as the grief of people we love.
It is widely known that men and women grieve differently and being in a relationship with someone who has lost a loved one can be particularly challenging, be it from a male or female perspective.
Whether you are both grieving together or in a new relationship with someone who is grieving ’alone’ this information may help you to traverse the journey together.
you may want to take away her hurt and make her feel better, most often by distraction or trying to lighten her mood.
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Modernity brings with it huge changes in the tradition and the way we were used to doing certain things.Dating sites have set many options for their members to make communication more effective.No two people grieve in the same way, or at the same pace.Based on social cues and family traditions, men and women may find an extra challenge in understanding the grief experienced and expressed by the other gender.Our guest author today helps us to see these differences not as faults or flaws, but as nuances of grief that need to be recognized and considered as we each move towards healing.Rather than getting angry about our differences, we can learn to accept them as a part of the grieving process.