I have read many journals in my time here at DS. I have read good days and bad days. I am actually a little scared to ask this question. I am what I will call a "newbie". I mean no disrespect when I ask that I would like to know from people who have experienced a loss of over 2 years. Does the pain soften? Do you have more good days then bad days? So many of us struggle just to get through an hour, let alone a day. So when I read journals of people who are over two years+ still struggling, I get really scared. Are those just bad days?
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