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Grieving?

Postby rufio89 » Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:35 pm

How long do you think you should just take for granted your feeling down because you're grieving before you start to look at if theres something wrong.

I know I'm upset because of my Nan, but I've been completely broken the past couple of weeks and I've been really quiet and withdrawn and I feel like it's a huge effort to speak to people or smile or anything. I'm doing my best and I'm coming to work and stuff, but it's not getting any better - I thought maybe I'd feel better after the funeral because I had some closure, but I feel MUCH worse, if anything, I think maybe it didnt feel real that she'd died, but now the funeral has been and I've seen the coffin and she's been cremated, it feels much more real, and I dont know what to do, and I feel really lonely and lost and I just want to go and curl up in the dark on my own and not have to talk to anyone...
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Re: Grieving?

Postby Bel Bel » Tue Mar 24, 2009 1:03 pm

everyone grieves at a differnet pace so it's hard to say but i think you are still grieving it hasn't been that long
going to see a grief counsellor could help you through it
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