my parents were married for over 30 years....i lost my mom 6 months ago and within 2 months of my mother passing my dad started talking to another woman and got married to her about 4 months after my mom died......not only am i dealing with the loss of my mom but i now have to deal with a step parent......and it hasn't been easy...my 2 brothers are not even talking to my dad.....i still am cuz im not goin to let her take away the last parent i have.......this is all new to me......everytime i see her or spend time with her it hits me all over again that my mom is no longer here.......i tend to be in denial about her being gone most of the time.....things have gotten so bad that my dad told me i either needed to pick a side (my brothers or him and his new wife) or stay neutural......there is only so much my friends can relate to about all this.....they come from broken homes but not becuz of a death but becuz of a divorce.....and the fact that it has all happened so fast hasn't helped me much either......does anyone have any suggestions on how i can deal with a new mother figure in my life wen i don't want her but i want my mom back??....i feel so lost most of the time and i don't feel i can talk to my dad cuz it feels like he has a whole new life goin on and i miss having my family...
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