Someone that you love is gone.
This pain can bring an unbearable weight of loneliness, longing, questions that may never be answered. Death is final; what your normal was is no longer. There is no respawn point, no restarting the movie over again, no magical cure that will resurrect your loved one back to this Earth.
You need to create a new normal for you and your loved ones. The best way to do that is to experience grief, but not get so caught up in its cycle that you stop living the precious life you still have.
Grief is different for everyone. Feelings of anger, depression, shock are all part of the experience, and we all experience them in varying degrees. Keeping an eye out for little things keeps your hope alive, and getting back on your feet is possible, even if you have to crawl to get there.
There’s nothing cheeky that I can say here other than sometimes life just sucks, but I can help it suck less.