I have recently lost my Pop,we had the veiwing and funeral 1 week ago and I still feel sad and empty. Mum says I should have grieved with the family and be better now as I wasn't the closest grandchild to him, but I still think about this 24/7 it is the 1st family member I have lost that I have been old enough to understand what happened.Should I still be crying? Should I still feel empty?Should I be able to be alone in a room? I need all the help I can get, my friends have not been there for me and I don't know where else to turn too.
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