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M, I think you should see your GP to see if they can refer you for some counselling or mental health support as you are going through a rough time and are thinking about not being alive. Losing someone close can be a very painful and difficult time. I lost my Mum almost 3 years ago and still miss her every day. I had bereavement counselling which taught me rather than thinking that the pain of the bereavement will get less (which I did not want to hear) rather that I would learn to grow around it....and to be honest I have. There is a way forward for you and your son and you owe it to both of you to seek help to start looking at how. CRUSE do a good website on bereavement, MIND produce loads of materials to help with feeling low - there is also the samaritans available every day. But I think see your GP or contact your local mental health team - there is one in every area - who can help you with the right track. Good luck.

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