"To change your Profile Photo. Click the “Settings” link in the upper right corner of the page. On your Profile Settings page, click the “Choose File” button next to the Photo field, which will allow you to…"
"I can not eat hardly anything. I lost four lbs in just one wk. I feel as though i am still in shock. One minute i come close to accepting she is gone but then i go right back to being in disbelief. The last memory i have of my mom haunts me. The…"
"I appreciate the words that you said and I totally understand when you say you feel like you will never be ok again...Reach out when you can to whoever you feel comfortable sharing your grief with...I sincerely hope that they will sit with you and…"
"I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are not alone in this and we all understand what it is like to lose your one and only Mom. It's been almost 4 months since my Mom died and I have never felt more lost or angry in my life.…"
It has been just over a month since my mom's sudden death. She died from renal failure, sepsis, pneumonia aspiration and heart failure. I feel so lost and in such a dark place. I can't see any light. I don't feel her around…"
"It has been just over a month since my mom's sudden death. She died from renal failure, sepsis, pneumonia aspiration and heart failure. I feel so lost and in such a dark place. I can't see any light. I don't feel her around me like…"
I am having a very hard time accepting the loss of my mother....I want to start this group to discuss how we can best cope with the loss of our loved ones as time goes on....it would be good to get ideas and to talk about
To change your Profile Photo. Click the “Settings” link in the upper right corner of the page. On your Profile Settings page, click the “Choose File” button next to the Photo field, which will allow you to choose the photo you want to upload from your computer. When you upload a new photo, the old one will be deleted.
Once you’ve got your new Profile Photo selected, scroll down and click “Save” to confirm the change! And that's it. Let me know if you have any other questions.
I appreciate the words that you said and I totally understand when you say you feel like you will never be ok again...Reach out when you can to whoever you feel comfortable sharing your grief with...I sincerely hope that they will sit with you and hold your grief with understanding and care. All too often people are so uncomfortable with death...they think if they call you/visit you it will just remind you of your loss and make it worse. What they don't realize is that it is not possible to hurt anymore than we already do. I was so hurt by old childhood friends that I thought would contact me after Mom died but I heard nothing at all from anyone. I just don't understand how you can not at least Acknowledge the loss...
Anyway, please take the time ( I know it's hard when you are a Mom and doing things on your own), a few minutes here and there, to stop and breathe and look after you:-). You deserve that!
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are not alone in this and we all understand what it is like to lose your one and only Mom. It's been almost 4 months since my Mom died and I have never felt more lost or angry in my life. Regrets of things left unsaid weigh heavy... wish everyday I could have just one more day, one more moment. Sending light, hugs, and strength to you.
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