Here goes. Something that I am concerned about. I haven't been crying much. Now, when everything first happened, I cried all the way to the hospital and until we left, then I sobbed a bit at the service, but that is all. He was placed into hospice a year ago and we didn't expect him to make it, but he did and we did prepare some for his passing, but then his health improved and he got better. Then all of a sudden, he's gone. I have had my children by my side for the month that it has happened. Due to the school schedule. They go back on Monday. Maybe I haven't cried because I don't want to scare them anymore than they already are. I don't know. Mentally, I have prepared for this before (as best as I could). I just want to make sure that I am grieiving and not supressing any feelings and making it worse down the road. Don't get me wrong, I loved him and he was my best friend and soul mate. We did everything together. For the last 2 years, I have been at home taking care of him.
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