My mother in law passed away two weeks ago. My husband and I have barely been married for five months. Her passing was so sudden. No one saw it coming. As her kidney's and liver were failing we all had time to spend with her. She didn't know we were there most of the time. I think it helped us more. But seeing my husband go through this has been torture. I don't know how to help him. I just want to hold him, but most of the time I just get pushed away. Plus I'm dealing with my own grief and don't feel that I can turn to him. I know that his pain must and is much deeper than my own. How do I deal with my own grief and support my husband at the same time? How do I get him to let me in?
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