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It is has been years since my loved one's death. Why don't I feel better?
"It is has been years since my loved one's death. Why don't I feel better?"

There is no timeline for grief.  It is common and normal to continue to feel sad some of the time for years after a loss, especially if you were particularly close to the person who died.  If your feelings are such that they interfere with your ability to function and enjoy daily life, you should consider speaking with a counselor.

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