Grief is a process. It’s an emotional roller coaster. Anger is a big part of it. It’s easier to be angry than sad. To get through it you need to acknowledge the new reality around you and that at the moment you are not the normal you. Being angry is normal but you need to get a handle on how you let it out. It’s better to react calm to a situation than yell. Most of all learn to apologize and to forgive others. You will find it’s freeing.
- Being angry is more acceptable to many than being sad
- while you work through your new normal, realize you are not yourself right now
- practice grace, forgive others, and most important, let go of things that don’t matter
“While grieving, you are not yourself, you are going to misperceive a lot.”
Read more: https://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2017/03/02/3-ways-to-work-through-the-anger-stage-of-grief/