I find that even though it has been 2 years since Rob died that I still don't feel it is all real that he is gone. I come to DS and read of other people's losses and can relate and comment but still it seems as if it has not happened to me. Can you still be in a type of denial that you have lost a child 2 years later? If so, does that go away? It just feels as if I am "floundering" around in my life... bad things are happening around me and I am so numb to my own stuff but feel for others. Just wanted to know if others feel their lives are like a dream after such a loss.
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