I created this group for people who may be grieving one or both parents. I lost my Mom and Dad within one year of each other. Dad passed away from Lung Cancer and Mom passed less than one year later from Pick's Disease.See More
"You might find this article by Alan Wolfert on Companioning the Bereaved to be helpful:
Companioning the Bereaved by Dr. Alan Wolfelt
During this time, while many have been helpful, there are always those who just don't know how to…"
"It will be a year this Feb I lost my girlfriend to overdose. I'm hear to share tools and tips that assisted me on the Grief Work. Have hope and know you will get thru this.Understanding the stages of grief will guide you.
Shame, anger and guilt…"
"Really struggling right now. Both my parents are gone. I'm single with no kids. I no longer have anyone to care for nor do I have anyone to care for me. Work is my escape and I'm grateful for that but when I come home the world just seems…"
"I lost my mom in October. I keep wondering if she always knew that I loved her. For me, bedtime is the worst. I can have a completely normal day, but when I lay my head down, my thoughts of the day melt away, and she's there. She had cancer. So…"
"Those feelings are normal, and you are not crazy. My husband died over two years ago, and I cry constantly, am sad and angry constantly, still feel very much as I did when he first died. For me, that will never change. For you, I hope you are able…"
Don't know what to say really..I have never been part of any forums..but I feel so helpless now..I lost my mom on dec 31st, 2014.. I was in the USA and my brother called me. That phone call still haunts me when he said, our mother is gone. I shared a very different bond with her. It wasn't just a mother daughter bond..I used to dream about good things for my mother. she had seen so many struggles in her life and came out of it as a stronger person I used to dream happiness for her. In a few…See More
"Thank you Anne....yes, the video REALLY wiped me out, I guess I've watched it a kakazillion times already. Then I cry, then I feel a little better. It's cathartic and healing. I have to let go the awfulness of how he left (he died of the…"
I lost my mum 2 weeks ago to gallbladder/liver mets cancer. She was diagnosed 4.5 months ago.......I'd hoped deep down she would of got longer with us, and I feel so angry!!! Is this normal??? My dad was killed 10 years ago and I never knew what happened to him but to lose both really really hurts. Does anyone have any advice? My family and friends think I'm strong but I'm just good at putting on a front? I'm sure some can relate to that. Night time is the worst it's do lonely.