They need you even more & removing yourself from seeing them because you don’t know what to say or because it makes you uncomfortable is selfish and uncaring.They need to be able to talk about it, know that you care and their child is not forgotten.
There is no “normal” time period for someone to grieve.Life can really be so unfair but why do some people have to carry such a devastating burden as this for the rest of their lives?! ” Followed by “what if I had done this” or “what if we didn’t do that?” There is so much guilt that happens in these very sad scenarios.In a way, this was welcome relief from the heaviness of deep sadness and depression. My decision to date came from a place of missing Floyd’s physical companionship. But I was blinded by grief masked as dating energy. The pain of feeling my grieving body was so overwhelming that I believe my mind was searching for a way to disengage and somehow feel “normal” again. Somehow, from this agitated state of displaced energy, I decided to try internet dating. It took me some time to figure out the mechanics, since I knew little about computers at that time. I was out there looking for my perfect companion in cyberspace.