Our expert says:
If we have been significantly emotionally attached to anything, an object, person or relationship, then we inevitably react to its loss. Nobody is immune to that law. Some who appear to be immune are generally denying or ignoring uncomfortable aspects of it and avoiding the grief work, and very often have to work it out later, perhaps after over-reacting to a later more minor loss.
Sounds like you have experienced such a loss, consider yourself a "winner" and want re-assurance that it's OK to feel fine, and to expect to remain that way ?
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