My mother was the most wonderful person I have ever known. She was the only one in my life that was there for me 100%. She died 2 years ago to Ovarian cancer. I took care of her the last couple of months and will never regret that. Now I am facing my father 65 years old marring a 46 year old women. My father and mother but in alot of time and effort to build this successful business. I really believe this is the only reason this lady is marring my dad. Not only does this women have my mothers first name but her middle name. So she will have my mother full name when married into the family. I do not like this woman and seem to be the only one in the family that sees right through her. Now I have to get aready for their wedding. I am so overwelmed by all of this. I agree and feel my family punishes me for not getting over my mothers death. I agree I need to move forward but its so hard. I loved her so much. How do I get through all of this? Keep in mind my dad started serously dating this woman 4 months after my mom died and tried to force her on everyone. My parents were married 40 years. We live in a small town and her she has a very bad wrap. Thanks!
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