Is it just me or is it the grief? My children all think I am going crazy. I lost my husband of 28 years on Nov 4, 2006 and after sitting home and crying for a month I started making sure I am not in the house every minute of the day on the weekends. Weekends were always the time that Tim and I would sit and watch old movies, sports or what ever was on. We loved to be together and that was our time. Now I am always on the go on the weekends. Our youngest daughter is very upset and thinks I am trying to erase her father from my memories. I will do anything not to have to stay home. Is this part of the grief process? Am I really just losing what little I have left in my stability? Is it just me?
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