My mom death was sudden in 2002 and I keep waiting for time to make it feel better, but it doesn't feel any better today then it did the day she passed. I have had so much loss in the pass years. I discovered after my mom passed that my real father was dead as well. In 2004 my 96 year old grandmother ( my moms mom) passed away on Mothers Day. Am I still grieving? Does it ever end? I have shutdown my feelings for other people and haven't spoken to my Step Dad for over a year. Never thought I was screwed up but I am over welmed with loss. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks
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