Ok so my Father-in-law passed on 12/22/07 and my Mom passed a week later on 12/30/07. I was sad and sorry that I lost my Father-in-law but feel guilty that I am not stressed or missing him overly much. It's not that I didn't love and care about him and I was with the family and him when he passed. I was the one that had to be strong for everyone and made sure my husband was ok. We always had a good relationship. I also had a dream after he died where he was in the hospital and was asking for my daughter because when she was around him he was healthy and happy. He also thanked me for helping and being kind to my Mother-in-law. (gotta know the story there) So why do I feel guilty about my feelings? For some reason I have just started feeling this way. Anyone else have this kind of issue?
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