Sometimes when I'm feeling sad about Mom I will talk to my Dad. This is not always helpful. It sounds whiny, but when I ask if Dad thinks that Mom was disappointed in me I don't want to hear "Not really". Spiritual discussions are out the window because he is an atheist. When I need reassurance should I just tell him what I want him to say? It's weird but it does make me feel better.
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