Trisha
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Trisha joined Julie Dolsey-Weiss's group
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Orphaned Adults

This group is for adults who have lost both parents and are struggling with coming to terms with this impact, which is harder then you realize till it happens to you.
Jul 6
Trisha joined Melanie Richmond's group
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Young Adult Parent Loss

For young adults 18+ who have lost a parent during this difficult, unique, phase of life.
Jul 6
Trisha is now a member of Online Grief Support - A Social Community
Jul 6

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About Me:
I’m 33 and born and raised in Connecticut. I have no kids and never married but have two dogs who are my world. I still have my sister and extended family. I work full time and enjoy my friends for down time. I also like to read, I love wine tasting and country music and just enjoy sitting outside enjoying the fresh air. I’m just trying to find me and who I am with these cards I‘ve been dealt with.
About my Loss:
I lost my Dad 11 years ago to cancer which he fought hard for 5 years. Once he passed I became my Moms provider and care taker at 22. Mom was healthy for a long time until 2015 when she got cancer. She went into remission in 6 months and then in 2018 it came back aggressively. She fought so hard and I am so proud to be her daughter after watching how fierce she was, however she lost her fight in October 2019. Now I am trying to figure out who I am as a person since I am no longer a daughter or caretaker/provider as an adult at 33...
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Joe von Anjou commented on Joe von Anjou's blog post I lost my mother in April. It hurts worse now than then
"Today, I feel it. It has been like this every Saturday since June, since the nurse at the care home called me to notify me that I could pick up my mother's effects. My mother died in April. I am overwhelmed. I am crushed. I love you, Mom. I…"
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Joe von Anjou commented on Joe von Anjou's blog post I lost my mother in April. It hurts worse now than then
"Sixteen weeks ago today, my mother died. For some reason, I do not feel crushed today. But every Friday is going to be like this, a reminder that she is dead. Not quite the kick in the stomach reminder that she is dead that I feel when I wake up…"
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Carla is now a member of Online Grief Support - A Social Community
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bluebird replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"Yes, it is much harder for me to concentrate or focus now.  Grief, sadness, anger, despair -- they have all conspired to make it difficult for me to access my intelligence to the same degree as before my husband died.  That is, my…"
yesterday
Jeff C replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"Bluebird, I am glad that you took that the right way.  I had a feeling you would know what I meant.  And your description is correct:  I have a general idea of how you feel but it's impossible for me or anyone else to know…"
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Luna Nightshade replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"I guess I can emphasize with the things you loved to do dying with the one you loved - as if that feeling has been pulled along, stretched thin to behind the veil. You don't have the energy to pursue them anymore, and just having something that…"
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bluebird replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"Please don't apologize; I'm sorry I didn't respond to your last post in April, I'm not very good about keeping up with things anymore.  I don't feel that I'm moving forward at all, but I can see how that would work…"
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Jeff C replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"You're welcome, Bluebird.  I didn't agree with everything she said.  The key for me was the "moving forward with" part.  The "move on" expression is very grating to me.  When I am in a nice place I…"
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