A black and white photo collage. The bare torso of a black man extends his arms forward and clenches his hands together. Caught within those hands is a smaller image of the shirtless black man, his arms constrained by the large hands within which he's held.

People Grieve Differently

Not everyone grieves alike. Some express grief through their feelings and gain comfort from talking to others. Still others express grief through actions and problem-solving, preferring not to talk about their grief. Both are normal ways of grieving.

How do you express your grief? Through feelings and words, or actions and doing?

What do you find to be most helpful to you in your grief? Who in your life may be grieving differently?

Prompt by: National Hospice Cooperative (NHC)