On the 26th of April, it will be Dad's birthday which is also the last day I saw him alive. I saw my Mum on the weekend and she wants to go out for dinner, or invite Dad's family over . Her grief counsellor has told her to do something to signify the day. I don't really want to do anything and would prefer to just be on my own. I now feel under pressure. Two weeks after his birthday will be the 1st Anniversary of his death, which Mum also wants to do something for. I understand that these two dates will be difficult for Mum, but I would really like to be able to do my thing. Any thoughts?
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