Is it normal to get angry if you're told this?

For instance, you lose someone close by, and a person tells you that he/she is going to refer you to a psychologist or something like that and then your anger tolerance threshold snaps and you say "How is it likely she/he(the psychologist) is going to heal me and how exactly finding techniques to deal with grief change an irreversible situation?" and then if that doesn't help then ask a question "Find a livestock nearby, and choose one of manures a cattle has dropped, and shove it down the throat, if it is repulsive then you know do what? Spread massive quantities of sugar over it and shove it down your throat, eventually you know what you're going to taste anyway, right?"

Is It Normal?
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  • Ahh lipstick on a pig still leaves a pig. I lost a bunch of very close people and used to think this way. Honestly through therapy and time I have come to be okay. It may seem ridiculous that any one can help you now, but honestly, the right person can.

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  • Something about sugary beef.

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  • Not likely to change scars caused by loss of a particular person, although may ease dealing with grief, if that's the point, it's not really healing totally and you wake up every morning realizing that the person is gone forever.

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  • No idea what you said at the end but you could atleast try the therapy

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    • I think the OP is saying that they want to seek counseling on their own, rather than someone else bringing it up. I can relate to getting offended by unsolicited advice.

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  • Therapy is useless and pointless.

    It's just people profiting off your problems.

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  • Did you have a bad experience with therapy in the past?

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