What “rules of the right way to grieve” did you have to break in order to live wholeheartedly after loss?
Who from your past would not be surprised to hear of you having broken those rules now? What did they see in you back then that enables them to not be surprised that you broke the rules in your path to living wholeheartedly after loss?
Who would be most pleased to know that you broke these rules? What do you see in them that makes you think they’d be pleased to hear you broke those rules of “the right way to grieve” on your path to living wholeheartedly after loss?