My mother passed a few weeks ago after a lengthy battle with cancer. I was doing so well because I was busy. I actually felt drugged, even though I except for a mild sedative one night, I took nothing. It was like every movement was in slow motion. But there was alot to do and that kept me going, plus I had to travel for her funeral. Now back home and everything more settled I keep wanting to call her or expect her to call me. She wanted to die near the end and it was anticipated, so I think I must be nuts to suddenly have this unreal feeling like it didn't really happen. I even called her hospital room the other day to make sure she really wasn't there. Is this normal or am I losing it?
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