I have been running from the death of my Mom for about a year and a half. At first I used the disbelief argument not accepting that she had passed away. My sucidal father and my elderly grandmother made it so easy to run from these problems that her death provided for me. I am ready to move on, but with all these built up emotions right on my heels how do I let go without keeping it all together?
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