I just lost my Mom on July 4th after she suffered a blood clot in her leg, a heart attack after the surgery to remove the clot, then a month of pain from the resuscitation. She passed away in the morning with no one around...she was 90 years old.
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It did. It's just i shoulda met her sooner :/ I totally regret that :/ I shoulda met her when I turned 18. I shouldn't have even believed my family :/ I knew they were abusive :/ so why did i? :/ I'm just retarded. Idk. It just hurts
Thanks for the virtual hug Heather. Hugs to you as well. I've only been without my mom for under two months and can't imagine a life without her. You are so correct when you say you feel lost. I feel lost too because moms no matter how old we get, are there to give us solicited and unsolicited advice, guidance, etc.
I'm glad I'm not the only one going through this, although I wish none of us were.
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