Did you do the grieving process right? Everyone grieves in their own way, I don't know that there is a right or wrong way. Grieving is not for the benefit of the one that passed but for the ones left behind. If you feel better and can continue on, then it was right for you. I'm sorry for your loss.
You won't feel as sad as before and are able to accept what happened and move on. That doesn't mean it no longer affects you because it always will, you are better able to manage the emotions associated with the event.
We all grieve differently. It is not necessary to shown an outpouring of emotions to let others know you are grieving. Also, nobody is at liberty to judge you even if you don't shed one tear. Every individual is different. I'm not sure where your question is coming from, however if it's someone you lost, surely you can find comfort knowing what John 5:28,29 says: "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment." Seek comfort that Jehovah God and Jesus will soon be resurrecting all our loved ones to live in a Paradise right here on earth under perfect circumstances. Www.jw.org
Theres no 'right' way. You grieve in your way. The 'process' is just a list put together by psychology from observation of many different people going thru grief. Its not a requirement nor is it even a suggestion. There are in fact more than one list if you look up 'grief process'. Some have four steps, some five, some seven. If youre grieving you do so in your own time and your own way and dont obsess over process.