It has been almost two years since my husband passed away. I keep on thinking I have the strength to overcome the loss and pain on my own and then, at times, I feel like I am totally losing it! Can I figure out how to put my life back together again or do professionals really help? I find alot of comfort here at DS because I know everyone is going through the same heartache and confusion and people understand each other. But have most of you actually sought out professional counseling or have you been able to have the strength on your own? If you did not get professional counseling, how do you do it?????
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