So I am not a widow, But I am living with a widower... It's not what you think, My best friend passed away. and I have moved in with her husband(his request) to give some help with their two small boys age 2 and 5 months old. He is really struggling, and I certainly can not relate to what he is going through. I am greiving the loss of my best friend, but that doesn't compare I am sure, to losing a spouse. The problem is, basically, he is kind of in a daze. He seems to be doing "just enough" to get buy. He is really dropping the ball on a lot of things. I hope I don't sound heartless, but wondering if any of you have experienced something like this?? I would like to hear your thoughts on what his mind frame might be like, cause I am finding myself getting frustrated with him, even tough, I know I shouldnt I just want to understand him more. Thanks for listening!!
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