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I lost the love of my life back in January and I'm just not grieving. I cry, yes, but I can't talk about him or anything to do with him or I sob uncontrollably. I'm not sleeping, and when I manage to get a couple hours in I have terrible nightmares. I have all kinds of irrational thoughts that I can't even begin to get into. I just tried to ignore it but it's reached the point where I'm failing a college class because no matter what I do I cannot retain the things my professor is trying to teach me. Has anyone else gone through this inability to grieve? If you did, what helped you reach a more stable place in the grieving process? I don't know what to do about it. I don't want to go to a counselor and I've tried medication. I'm so completely lost. Any help would be more appreciated than you know. Thanks in advance.
non-vaxing, non-circing, co-sleeping, baby-wearing, attachment-parenting my babies