Our expert says:
There's nothing silly about this at all. If it troubles you, then it should be taken seriously. The sudden loss of your mother-in-law is surely relevant, but whatever is going on is complex, but manageable. What would probably help most, would be for you to see a clinical psychologist who can provide a modern and effective method of psychotherapy / counselling such as CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) which has been shown by good research to be effective in a realistically short amount of time, helps you to sort out your habits of thought and behaviour which are being unhelpful in your life, and learning how to modify these and regain better control of your life.
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