I’m a 61 year old female retired science teacher. I’ve been divorced for 25 years after being married for 13 years. We have a 34 year old daughter in California. I have two brothers and a stepfather who all live in West Texas. I recently moved to New Mexico to live with my uncle after living nearly all my life in Texas. I’m currently being treated for depression and anxiety. I think my grief is causing these issues.
About my Loss:
My mom was my mentor, my hero, and my protector when possible. She passed away on June 11, 2002...18 years ago. It was very sudden in the wee hours of the morning. She died of either a pulmonary embolism or a heart attack. No one got to say goodbye or hold her hand, or get that one last hug and kiss. Her funeral was very nice nd filled with precious memories, but I can’t seem to get past the hole in my soul and the deep sadness from missing her so much.
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