I lost my dad on 6-11-06, a bit more than a year ago. He was only 66 and died of lunch cancer. Not a pretty sight. I stayed with him 24/7 for the last week of his life. My psychiatrist just told me Friday that I'm "not over it yet". OK, I studied psychology in school and know all the stages, etc. What I don't know is how the HELL am I supposed to GET OVER IT????? He's part of my pics, so I see him all day on my screen saver, and it doesn't upset me. I made it through Father's day w/o crying. But when I talk about him I sob like a baby. I even have some of his ashes in a small container that goes on my keychain. Please, PLEASE....If anyone has any advice on how I'm supposed to "get over" this, I would be very much obliged. Thanks for listening.
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