Our expert says:
It does sound as if there are psychological factors playing a big part in your tiredness and "feeling worse", and that these deserve help. Counselling would be an excellent idea, as it really sounds as if you have a long-lasting grief that is not resolving well, and isues you need to work on regarding the loss of your Dad. You are still so aware that he isn't PHYSICALLY present and with you, that you've failed to notice that he can still be psychologically with you and a source of good feelings and comfort.
Your grief may well be more troublesome as you approach the aniversary of this major loss, so don't worry excessively if you feel lower than usual through this time. But do see a psychologist for an assessment of that aspect of the problems, and counselling to work through the pile of unfinished business you are presently carying with you.
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