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Hi plink...

I'm sorry you're feeling so down..it's very normal though..yes, if you feel you won't be able to work through it on your own use a grief counsellor..
It's funny but I do pretty good..(i lost my mom in 2000 and my dad a bit over a year ago)..except in autumn..those "waves" just overwhelm me at this time of year..autumn is when my dad had his first stroke, it is when my mom first became ill, and when she passed away 3 years after that, it is also when my father in law passed away...as soon as it feels autumn-ish to me the memories start, and the urge to just cry and cry takes over..like today for example we drove by the hospital where my mom had been in for a couple of months before we brought her home to care for her..and the whole thing played over inside my head..I felt tears starting but managed to stop them..I intend to have a good cry one of these days, maybe it will help..
Don't stop your tears..to me crying over loved ones lost almost seems to bring them closer to me, sort of like they are looking down on me from their higher place and sensing how much I miss them, yet wanting to ease my pain..I do believe the tears help with that..
Please let us know how you are doing...
and take care of yourself...
PrairieGal
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