It has been one month since my brother has past. I still react to things the same way! Whenever my fiance's son watches Spongebob,(which was my 23 yr old brother's nick name from the fire dept.) I cry. Whenever I see pizza I become overwhelmed with sadness, because it was his favorite. There are so many things that remind me of my brother. I feel like all of the stages of greif are all happening at once. It takes me so much to actually get motivated to get things done around here. What helps everyone else get motivated? Does everyone notice every little small things and become overwhelmed?What are the best tasks to help your mind move on?? The only thing that I have done is learn how to ignore ignorant disrespectful people who think they know it all. I want to know how to get my life back. Thanks for listening and your time is greatly appreciated! Meaghan
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