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Hi there, last year, (Nov 6th will be the 1st anniversary) my dad died unexpectedly....and it has been a hell of a year and not in a good way. I have had to be strong for my whole family sorting everything out and I am the youngest of 5 so as a result I have become hardened by everything and unable to grieve properly, I''ve become a former shadow of myself. As a result of this, my boyfriend of 4 years who has been there, his&mine relationship is suffering really badly. We''re different religions&this is a massive barrier and as a result I felt unable to talk to him or make him see my pain because he didn''t get it.. now we''re almost at breaking point & I just want some advice and steps..help!
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