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I Appreciate your reply. I have a councellor, she is good to talk to about my general progress and to give me encouragement, but in terms of relating to grief, she is abit light on, but helpful neverthless. Ive been trying to possibly find a more specific specialised grief councellor but its pretty hard.
I always talk to my Dad everyday, he is still always there, to be my number one fan and supporter, its just feels like this grief is neverending and i know i bottle up my emotions alot and the only way to bring them out is to start moving forward and getting abit active to start of, but its so painful and excruciating at the moment, even though im looking forward to the future, however scary it might be without both of them gone now. Its great to have afew close friends and some concerned relatives who visit and call here and there, but its not the same when you lose the two people who loved you the most, unconditionally. I just feel lonely and angry and upset sometimes.
I appreciate your message.