Our expert says:
See a counsellor --- perhaps one associated with your local Hospice who will have experience with grief work. I'm in much teh same situation myself. It's common that initially one is in a form of shock and not fully emotionally realizing what all this means, and after some weeks it sinks in further. Also, as you also were taking care of her, suddenly not having those chores to do feels strange and takes some getting used to.
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