has anyone's grief turned into major depression? I tried for 2 year to avoid the pain, and just go on with my life, like nothing happened. I kept all of my emotions inside, trying to be the strong one. i knew nobody understood, so what was the point of talking about it to my high school friends. so beginning of my freshman year of college, i just fell apart. i was tired no matter how much i slept, and just pretty much depressed. it has seemed that i could not run from my grief forever. the love between me and my dad was so strong,that there was no way i just couldn't grieve. I cry all the time, i dont think i will ever get over my dad's death. i have so many questions that will never get answered. i dont really know how to cope. i see a counselor, and i guess it is helping. I was just looking for people's input about what is happening to me. I was just wondering if this has ever happened to anyone before.
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