My dad told me that he wants to start going through my momâ??s things. He sat there and calmly told me that itâ??s been a year and itâ??s time to do this. I am not ready; I donâ??t want to do this. I told him that I want to see EVERYTHING before he does something with it. Then he told me when he wants to sell the house and move and thatâ??s the reason for going through things. The two together was too much. I grew up in that house, there are countless happy memories and moments there with my mom. I canâ??t even begin to describe how much pain he caused. The house and the land itâ??s so much my mom, itâ??s a comfort to go there and now he just wants to get rid of it. Itâ??s like it does not mean anything. I donâ??t understand anything that he had done after she passed away. The dating and hardly ever talking about her and now this. I feel sick. I cannot do go through my momâ??s things, I cannot take any more pain or loss. My life feel shattered and trying to pick the pieces up is just impossible.
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