Mother-in-law grieving question.....

I have a question.  My mother-in-law lost her 29 year old daughter named Rachel; 5 years ago.  Mother in law dianne is 57 years old. She isn't over her daughter yet, but worse I think well I'm 100% sure she tries to act like her daughter. Also, her daughter was pregnant when she pasted away and they took the baby early who is now my normal smart 5 year old newphew. but she makes him call her momma and says she talks to rachel in her dreams. Rachel also left us with a 12 year old and 8 year old , they live with me but she wont let the 5 year old move in. I think she acts like her daughter some days and normal others. Her daughter rachel used to party a lot and she does it to and wears her close 5 years later. is it normal. I kno she has to say weirder things whens she is with the 5 year old alone and maybe even tell him she is rachel. and i  think she knows she is doing it and its wrong. i think she needs help do u and what is it? but the only way she can get help is if we go to the dr. and tell her ourselves what she does cause she wont say that

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Comment by Laura on March 22, 2012 at 10:24pm

Some days she acts like a loving mother in law, other days she acts like a young wild party woman that dresses hoohie, like her daughter did. She even got a face lift. :( I dont knw if she can get help, or if people do that..

 

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