I lost my father suddenly in 2004. He was 47. My life fell apart and so did my family. My mother ran off with various men and gave my 15 and 16 year old brother and sister up to my aunt and uncle. I am trying to get my life back. Things have drastically changed for me in the last 2 years including a divorce and the birth of my first child. I have a lot of anger and find myself numb day in and day out. I am unable to trust, unable to love, even unable to cry. I need to know if it is normal to feel numb. I want to be able to live my life again, but I can't find my way. Is it normal to feel this way?? If so, how can I start to feel again?
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