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When I say she was like my best friend, that feels like an understatement. The past few months have been challenging, to say the least. She was the person that I went to for everything.

A voice of reason when you needed to snap out of it, a shoulder to cry on when things got tough, no matter what. Now on to why I am writing to you about this.

My boyfriend and I have been together for almost five years. He deals with grief a little better than me. He loved her too. Of course I want my grandmother there, but I could never hate him. It has nothing to do with anger toward him. How can we get on the same page again? Are we doomed because grief has made us terrified to do anything? Some days are easier than others.

Therapy can help, so please look into that. Another thing I want you to do is to look at old photos of your grandmother from before you were born. The lesson I learned from the photos was that my mom had 30 years of life before I existed. Your grandmother lived a life before you. It sounds like you and your boyfriend are a little scared to find joy again Seek some counseling, and start making a list of all of the experiences that might make you smile.

Have some small happy moments with your boyfriend and work from there.

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