Our expert says:
Grief is had work, and anniversaries are usually tough. Yes, it's sad when people who didn't know him and who don't know what they're talking about ( which usually helps them to be even more certain that they're right ) make pronouncements about his life and death. They need to be ignored, though that's hard to do.
Maybe all you can do is to say to them it hurts you more than they can realize, to hear them make such assumptions about him, which don't help as you're sure they intend these to do, and that you'd appreciate it if they would leave you to your grief, and only offer advice on the matter i and when you ask for it.
If they ignore that, then treat them like a barking dog next door, ignore them and distract yourself until they stop barking.
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