Morrie: In His Own Words - Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 3, Grieving for Your Losses Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 3, Grieving for Your Losses Summary and Analysis

Many have difficulty with the concept of grieving for one's self but it is just as important as grieving for anyone else when you experience loss. Grieve and mourn for yourself and let yourself do it over and over again. Grieving is a form of release and can help you feel comforted. It can also help you feel composed. Grief is a natural emotion that is best to express despite cultural reservations to the contrary. It does not end with a single outpour. Grief will come back again and again. Morrie sees grief as a way of giving life respect. We respect the dead with grief and so we can do the same for ourselves.

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