my husband just died of brain cancer 2 months ago. im 27 years old and i have a 2 year old son. i try so hard to be strong for my son so i mask my grief until he goes to bed. thats not easy for me, but im pretty much all my son has now and if i cry he cries. but i dont feel like im grieving right if that makes any sense. at first i surrounded myself with his stuff every second i got by myself and i cried and read his letters and looked at pics. it was miserable, so i started trying to avoid it because it felt like too much to take. i thought i was getting better for a couple of weeks and then it just hit me harder than it did the first time. i just dont what to do. i cant live spending every free minute i have crying and making myself miserable. but i cant just ignore my pain either. i want to get it out, but its just too painful to face. and my son cries for his dada that he'll never see again. what do i tell him?i dont know. i just want to say and do the right thing for him.
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