Our expert says:
Hi, Sory to hear of all this. Having in the last year suffered a grievous loss myself, I can imagine what you are experiencing. All varieties of grief are difficult. When the one you love dies, part of the pain is that you will never see them again, that all those conversations are forever ended ; when the person is lost but alive, it's a different variety of pain, to know that they are alive but inaccessable to you. At least you can look forward to possible meetings with him in the future. And with that, isn't one o your duties now to sort out the rest of your life, and be prepared to be well, stable and able to make that meeting, in time to come ? And you have the other child, who needs your love and not only basic care, and its not that child's fault that you have lost the other one.
Skilled counselling should help, but preferably of the CBT format which can be more realistic and practical
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