I am hurting so bad, i don't know what to do, i am not sure at this point if i am very depress or just greiving over my husband's death.. I do get up and do the things i have to do at home, go run to the store and come home , but when i am home all i do is cry... Next week on the 23 makes 2 months that my husband has passed i miss him terribly.. No one seems to understand my pain, everyone calls me about their lifes , which is good but, i feel i can't cry to them ,and tell them how i feel.. The hardest time for me is in the morning, i can't sleep at night so when i get up i am exhausted, and the morning is a big wake up call for me because i know my husband is no longer here.. Has anyone felt this way??? And how do i know if what i am feeling is depression at it's worst.. I am going to be going to a support group but it doesn't start till October.. Any advise?? I am just so lost and hurting so bad.. I don't know what to do....
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