Hi everyone, I would like to know how you feel about keeping so busy you don't have time to dwell on the new reality of life? I seem to be able to keep going constantly and when I have to slow down I get depressed. Do you think it is healthy or do you think I am creating a denial situation? I really don't want to put off grieving and healing. My husband died tragically in an accident that our family was in to include me and our two kids. He was part of my soul, a completion of me. I never got to say goodbye. The pain can be unbearable but if i keep going and stay occupied it seems to help. Susan
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