Happy Is The Hardest Word to Say
2) Closure; typically from the discovery of evidence and a final assessment of guilt and sentencing when a criminal act has occurred.
3) Successful fact-finding missions where one can learn about an illness or genetic issue that can release the survivors from any sense of guilt or self-recriminations.
4) Understanding that anger is fear; in this instance there may be the fear that you are somehow to blame for the final outcome, for someone's death. That can feel so heavy.
5) When a loss of a relationship has become a personal tragedy an in-depth examination of the signals one has missed along the path to a completely broken road helps to understand why it was a surprise. In almost every instance there were stop lights and caution signs that were ignored in an effort to be loved by someone important.