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Date Posted: 19:41:21 11/27/16 Sun
Author: Mom
Subject: This is what I did when my mom passed away (inside)
In reply to: OP 's message, "Inside" on 13:09:17 11/27/16 Sun

I signed up for a yoga class where I could go and have quiet meditation time. I also went to a spiritual advisor (psychic social worker) which I know might sound sort of weird, but I felt like this person was very intuitive. I very much believe in one's spirit living on, so if you are religious, I would pursue your religious beliefs, if not find a belief system that will work for you. Look for signs of your dad, they will be everywhere. You need to be open to finding them and realizing they are there. Honor your dad by placing a brick somewhere with his name, or donating to a charity he would embrace. Do something for others less fortunate if you can to lift up your own spirits. I was extremely depressed after my mom died and I still have my moments. Do you have a pet? My dog would just sit and cuddle with me when I would cry...pets are lovely companions. Always realize that you need to live your life how your dad would have wanted you to and it honors him to do so. I hope this helps, it is a journey and it will get better and you will begin to be able to laugh again and live your life as intended. Keep us posted on how you are doing.

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