I know how you feel. In the first weeks after my Daisy passed, I was angry at time for moving ahead without her. Everyone's life was still in motion while mine felt like it had come to a complete stop. There are times that I still cannot believe that it has been over a year and a half since I last held her in my arms as she passed. The only thing that has helped is to keep some sense of forward movement. To get up each day and even one small accomplishment (even if it is just a shower!) is a way forward. Full disclosure, there were days when I could not get up, but I found what worked for me. Getting a puppy 4 months after Daisy passed, whose sole existence depended on me getting up was definitely a turning point. While it is not for everyone (and it was rough in the beginning) honesty, that is what made the difference. My new little 8 week old pup, Luna, needed my complete attention. She needed to be fed, walked, potty trained, manners trained and above all, loved. She filled in the lonely parts and at 1 1/2 years she has stolen my heart, and everyone's she meets! Not a replacement, but a new life with a reason to love and laugh again. It takes time so be kind and patient with yourself. Mourn, grieve, be angry, sad, but remember the amazing love you had too.
Lori, Daisy's Mom and now Luna's Mom