How does one deal with the death of one's son, when one has had no time to absorb the fact that he cancer? My son was diagnosed on October 22nd, 2012. Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He died suddenly, of a massive pulmonary embolism, on 22nd November.
I simply find the grief overwhelming. My husband can't discuss it. He finds my grief too overpowering. Our younger son has never spoken about his brother since that day. I'm disabled, of limited mobility; I can't walk to my son's crematory plot in the local cemetery. Nor can I travel to grief counselling groups. All too far away - and we have no local bus service after 6p.m.
I'm alone with my grief. I need to speak of it, but my husband won't listen. I'm so low that I don't know what to do.