It's been 3 weeks since my dad passed. I was at his bedside when this happened. It was a very bitter sweet experience and while i wouldn't change being there, how can i stop the "flashbacks" of that nightmare of a morning? Last night i didn't sleep well b/c everytime i closed my eyes i kept reliving that night. As a result, i am very tired, depressed and upset today. Any thoughts/suggestions on how to "shake this?" I am going to try and do something good for myself tonight but i am hoping that some of you can coach me along? Thanks ahead of time.
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