I have a question... I have 4 brothers and 3 sisters, and none of them seem to have taken my dad's death nearly as hard as I have...I hit a depression so bad about 3 months ago that I could not even go anywhere for over a month, I mean literally..I sat and stared out the window and smoked cigarettes,and cried...I had to hospitalized because I almost had a nervous breakdown...I realize that we all grieve differently, but how can they just go on like nothing happened? they have all been out spending the money that was left in the will, mine sits in the bank because I can not enjoy anything with it..Because I know I have it because my dad died....Maybe someday I will be able to be like them, but I doubt I will ever be as happy as I was when my dad was here with me......
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