i know there is no concrete plan for how one grives, but i still can't help but feel i'm doing it all wrong. my dad passed away about 10 weeks ago, but it's still hard to cry. i don't know why i'm not still bawling my eyes out and why i'm only angry instead at times. it doesn't help that leading up to my father's death, he was hostile and depressed, and almost unloveable at times. i've tried to beat the guilt i feel about being angry at him, but it still keeps coming back. does this mean i'm uncompassionate or a horrible daughter?
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