Anger is a surface emotion that covers what the griever is feeling inside. Underneath the yelling is pain. The griever may take their anger out on others. There is no one to blame for the loss of a loved one, but the griever may feel the need to place blame and take out their anger on a family member, friend, or even a doctor. Anger is a natural part of the healing process that may be hard to cope with, but is necessary for eventual acceptance.