My mom passed away in March, she had suffered with cancer for a year and a half before she passed away. I helped care for her during this time. After she was gone, I was like a robot, I did what I had to do and put on this fake face for everyone to see. About a month ago, I just started to fall apart, I was either angry or crying all the time and this was not good for my 2 young children to see. Finally, one day,I just broke down at work and started to cry in front of my boss.I was embarrased.I decided then to go to a doctor and she gave me something for deppression and told me that I didn\'t allow myself time to grieve. I took some time off from work although I couldn\'t afford it, so what now? It just seems that I don\'t know how to deal with the pain...
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