I've noticed the past week I haven't been crying as much. I recognize I've been extremely busy at work and trying to keep up with things at home. But, I'm actually starting to feel concrned. It'll be 6 weeks this Wed. since Mom left. I cried everyday for the first month. I've tried being very active in my grief - started a memorial website which I share with people http://anntolbert.last-memories.com (for anyone who might be interested in doing the same). I journal, I go to the cemetary, I am in grief counseling. So, why did it all suddenly stop - the crying, the sadness, etc?????? Is this a calm before a huge storm???? Anyone have any thoughts or experienced this???? Thanks M~
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