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I really miss her and talking to her every few days, as was our old routine.The problem I’m having is that I dream about her almost every night.A reader writes: It's now been six months since my mother died.In many ways it seems like worlds and eons since then, but in some ways not at all.It's never the same scenario, except that she's always sick, like she was toward the end. This has been going on for pretty much the entire time since she died. I think of her from time to time during the day, but not obsessively so. So I'm wondering if this is normal and how much other people have a similar experience.
There are various ways these treatment modalities are made available.When a couple living Georgia, the small nation next to Russia, contacts me via EMail in search of couples counseling and are sitting in my office the very next week, we are indeed living in a new world. What this amazing growth in technology and the Internet has done is to provide consumers with new and unique forms of psychotherapy.People living in rural areas or in other distant locations now have psychotherapy available to them.It seems to me that during the day your conscious mind is preoccupied and distracted by all that goes on during a normal day, but at night your unconscious mind is free to process whatever is "on your mind" – and that is a very necessary part of the mourning process.You need time to come to terms with the awful reality that your precious mother is no longer physically present in your life, and dreaming serves an important function in that process.