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For some, just the mention of dating again can cause such a negative and visceral reaction -I’ve seen grievers walk out of presentations where this topic was only one small part of the conversation. Does it a feel like a sense of betrayal to the deceased?

I was overwhelmed with logistics, funeral details, making phone calls, dealing with financial arrangements, and trying to run two households and keep my job.my mom passed away from cancer at age 52 in late April 2014.she was my best friend and it was an awful couple of years seeing her hurting and in so much pain. well, he started 'seeing' someone about 2 months after my mom passed.now it's been close to 7 months since she passed and my dad keeps asking if i will meet this woman and hang out with her. it makes my skin crawl even to think that she has been to our house and to our family cabin up north with my dad.she's started posting photos and things on his facebook page and she recently gave my dad a gift to pass on to my 1-year-old daughter (who she's never met). the last time my dad called me to ask if i would meet her was literally on the 6-month anniversary of my mom's death... i'm worried he will want to include her in thanksgiving festivities, which are already going to be so sad because my mom won't be there. or is it legitimate that i don't want her to be a part of my life?Is just the thought of having to start over, to put ourselves out there just too overwhelming or too exhausting?