My aunt passed away from cancer this afternoon and I'm feeling sad and just an overall blah feeling. I was at my pdoc today and he told me that people with mental illness can have a harder time dealing with loss of a loved one. I don't know if this is true or not since I think its pretty difficult for anyone. I knew that she wasn't doing well but I was still shocked when I got the phone call and I don't think that I completely believe it.
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