Has anyone else had this experience..... My mother is worried that I may slip back into a depression if I let my grief get to me. She keeps trying to help by saying things like " it's not like you were involved with Mike for a long time" Pointing out what I didn't have with him doesn't make me feel better! She wants to help but she can't I have to figure this out on my own. She keeps putting her foot in her mouth. She's not the only person who has put their foot in their mouth. Has anyone else experienced someone trying to help but only making it worse? maybe it's just me?
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