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My friend is still depressed over her husband divorcing her it’s been like 8 months. She acts like the man died. Is this normal?
I told her It’s been 8 months; this is getting out of hand you shouldn’t be crying still you act like the man died and she’s posting crying pictures on Facebook and all that. I told her don’t do that take the crying post down you want people in your BUSINESS, and she snapped at me and told me “I don’t care about people being in my BUSINESS leave me alone about that.”
Yes, for some people this is normal, and it’s extremely painful. Any loss will bring up all the old, unresolved losses she has had in her life, and it takes time for them to heal. Would you be able to find a divorce support group and offer to go with her or take her? (Or perhaps during Covid an online group) The poor girl might be reaching out for help with her Facebook posts, but because she is an adult, she can post whatever she wants. You don’t have the right to tell another adult what posts they should take down, so as she said, leave her alone about that. If you find them too stressful to see, go to the three little drop-down dots on the right side of the post and snooze her for 30 days, or hide that post. Remember that love is patient and kind. If her distress (and Facebook posts about her divorce) continue for more than a year, suggest she let her family Dr. know. She is lucky to have a good friend like you.
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