I'm seeking your personal stories here, if you'd share them, to help me navigate what I think is delayed grief:
My sister passed away in 2012 at 38 from cancer. Five months later, my healthy 67-year old mom died of a heart attack. Immediately following these deaths, my brother and I took on sole caregiving for my ailing father--commuting everyday to check in/care for him. He passed away in 2014 from liver failure.
It's now 2017 and I'm feeling like I just starting to deal with each loss individually as well as the totality of losing most of my family in less than 2 years. You'd think after 5 years (mom and sister) and almost 3 (dad), I'd be well on my way to healing. I just don't think I had time in between losses to recover and process. Some days I feel at peace and other days I feel like I've regressed....
I know I'll hear recommendations for therapy -- thank you -- and I've gone several times. Anyone have experiences like mine they would mind sharing?