I lost my sister/mom 4 months ago. She was my sister, but she was the only mother I ever knew. I've learned a lot from her. She was my best friend, confidant and counselor besides being the one person who stood by me for my entire life. Her loss still hurts so much. I miss having her to go to for advice. I know I am not doing this grieving thing well, but I am NOT able to just "get over it" and move on. It hurts me and makes me angry that my own family would even say this to me. This has made me feel alone, and that I am not acceptable the way I am now. I do not show my feelings in front of anyone. I try very hard to "go through the motions that make it look like I'm okay. But I will not open up to them anymore only to have them condemn me. My question is...........................how long until I am able to connect with my feelings again and not be angry?
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