i am new to the group, i was looking for grief groups and came upon this site so i decided to give it a try. i lost my mom on November 23 she had dementia. she was 86 years old i miss her so much. i lost my dad 5 years ago and i have spent the last 5 years helping to take care of my mom. they had been married for 60 years i don't think i really grieved for my dad during that time as i was so concerned with my mom. now i feel like i've lost them both at the same time. i'm also trying to take care of all the final bills and paper work that goes along with death. still putting off until after the first of the year cleaning out their house.
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