My mother died suddenly last week. At the time while she was on life support and when we said goodbye I was scared and sad and everything you would expect. The stress of calling friends and relatives was enough to trigger two migranes. Then I started to numb out. I actually had Pink Floyd's song "Comfortably Numb" running through my head for two days. This morning I woke up with the song "Zipity Do Dah" in my head. I am lucky to have lost very few people in my life but what is going on right now seems wrong. Am I so deep in denial that I need scuba gear? I was prepared to go with the grief and pain but this, this is going to end in a crash. It can't be good. I don't know what to do.
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