I cannot write more now - Witt my girls and I know just writing about it will bring the tears back. I will write more tonight but until them please know you aren't alone in your grief.
I am so very, deeply sorry for your loss.
My Dad died this past Christmas Eve. I live on the other side of the globe (literally) and I could not attend the funeral. I find myself thinking about him daily, just random little memories of what we did together or how he was. Some memories bring tears others make me laugh. Allowing myself to remember all the fun (or not so fun) things helps me to process his death.
You are not alone. Sending you lots of
I'm sorry- for all of you.
Have you considered having grief counselling? Personally I found it so helpful. My real mother died tragically, and fours years later my brother Adam in August last year and then my father, an alcoholic. I had grief counselling for all three. I can contact my counsellor any time I need. It really does help.
Your bereavement will take time, but gradually (speaking personally), things will become easier for you.
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