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Adopted father has cancer, I'm not sad but feel guilty

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I found out that my adopted father has lymphoma and I don't feel sad. I was abused and have stopped talking to most of the adopted family. I didn't feel happy finding out but I wasn't sad either. I don't know if this is because of autism or trauma.

I do feel anxiety and guilt because I'm not sad and I'm worried I'll have a huge meltdown when he passes. I am going to see him next week, I haven't seen him in years. I'm afraid of the emotions hitting me when I need to keep it together.


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