I know that he is hurting losing Mom so suddenly after being married to her for 42 yrs. but I need to see light at the end of the tunnel. He comes over to eat wiht my family almost every night so I can make sure he is getting at least one good meal a day. The thing that is worrying me is that it has been 6 mo and he still goes to the cemetary everyday. It worries me that he will not be able to move on. We sent him to a grief counselor and she told him that as long at going there made him feel better, then he should go. Is it healthy to do that for so long? I just want him to see that he still has us kids and the grandkids. It was devastating losing my mother...I don't want to lose Dad too!
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