I know this has probably been posed before but at what point is it NOT healthy to grieve and cry over the loss of your marriage and losing the kids father/mother, losing the family unit, dreams, etc. that you so looked forward to. Is it a few months, a year, a few weeks...what is considered normal? The reason I ask is that I continue to have bad days...not everday of course but lately (or at least the last 3 days) I have just sat and the tears flow...not sure what is triggering them...maybe the lonliness, maybe the thought of starting work next week, maybe the fact by little man just started school and is growing so fast, maybe I look and the loss is that profound for me. I just can't figure it out, but I know it cannot be healthy but I can't change it either...I just can't stop the tears...even when I'm busy with things. Again, does anyone have any insight as to what is the "normal" timeframe?
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