Good article on the nature of grief when things do not always end so well. In these cases, there are a variety of ambiguous feelings as well potential guilt during the grieving process over the deceased.
The article, An Addict Brother’s Death; a Sister’s Guilt-Ridden Grief, by
“The most dangerous delusion we carry around when it comes to death is the notion that we should never speak ill of the dead. We erase their defects and destructive conduct. We gussy up their legacy and imagine them ascending to heaven.”
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