Can crying help resolve grief?

It’s alright to cry. For a grieving person, crying is a healthy, natural release as part of the grieving process. If you or someone you know is grieving, it may help to express thoughts and feelings openly through writing, journalizing. Speak openly with other family members who suffered the same loss. Accept and allow a range of emotions. Seek professional help when the feelings become overwhelming or when you have trouble returning to daily activities over time.