Is Anger an unusual response to grief?

Anger is a normal part of grieving. In fact, it is not unusual for people to experience a range of emotions as part of healing process. One who has experienced loss may also experience denial, numbness, shock, guilt, depression, remorse, despair, loneliness, and acceptance. It is important to note that there is no specific order of stages in which to grieve and that grief is not limited to the emotional behaviours mentioned here. The range of emotions and behaviours incurred throughout the grieving process serves as bargaining tools for griever to cope with and acknowledge the reality of the loss that has occurred.