I miss my Mom!

If you have that hole in your heart that you get when you lose the woman that you shared a body with....

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i need my mom

Started by dream moon JO B Aug 13, 2021.

I want my Mommy 1 Reply

Started by Lucinda. Last reply by dream moon JO B Apr 19, 2021.

Worst Documented Day of my life 1 Reply

Started by Tamicah. Last reply by Brett Bowman Oct 30, 2020.

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Comment by dream moon JO B on April 11, 2021 at 2:37pm

nevr thrt i be on loss of mom i no shess not suffin bit in sid i fealll so num emtyy in sid i z lk ths on my dad

Comment by dream moon JO B on April 9, 2021 at 11:55am

thnx i no it min i feal so raw num i do

Comment by Avi on April 9, 2021 at 12:40am

Hi dream moon JO B

Sorry for your loss. It is tough. Take your time to heal

Comment by dream moon JO B on April 8, 2021 at 2:51pm

we tryn 2 sort funrell songss for mom in 2 wks 

i no im gona miss her so mush

Comment by dream moon JO B on April 7, 2021 at 4:17pm

its bean 3 dayss i feal so num iv loss mom i still cnt cry for her but wen my cat lucy died i cryd so mushh wen she died

but my sweet lovin mom i wishh i cud

Comment by dream moon JO B on April 5, 2021 at 8:54am

im not new on hear but im new to mom forims now loss my mom ths morniingg i did i juts hop she nose i lov her very mushh

Comment by Brett Bowman on November 3, 2020 at 4:45pm

Sherri. I lost my mom on Christmas Eve, 2015. Thanksgiving and Christmas will never be the same for me. It probably will not be the same for either of us. It can't be.

Honestly, as much as you want to honor your mom, please be careful. Covid is deadly and it terrifies me to be around folks who will not wear a mask.

I am so sorry for your loss. Please call on me if I can ever help you or give you advice. Believe me, all of us here know what it is like to lose the best person in the world (to us).

God Bless You.  

Comment by Sherri Sturges on November 2, 2020 at 7:40am

I lost my mom on July 2nd. She was the most amazing woman in the world. She had me at 15 was divorced with 2 kids by 16 and yet was always there for me. She married my dad who had 2 daughters and my brother died at 30 so they adopted his 2 sons.  She made sure we were a family, no steps, 1/2's just brothers and sisters. I'm the only one out of state.  I have taken it the hardest and the rest of the family thinks I'm crazy. Mom got upset when we all married and started having kids cos she couldn't get her family to sit down together for any holiday. My mom created Thanksmus!  Every holiday you could go wherever you wanted but the day after Thanksgiving every grandkid would go to "Nana's", put up the Christmas tree, Santa would make a special "nana run" and everyone would HAVE to be there and we celebrated Christmas all together, It became everyone's favorite holiday. We were a family. This year its very important to me we have this holiday. But with covid my children are not happy about me going because there are 2 nurses, 2 in retail and kids going to school and my family won't wear masks. I wouldn't let mom go if she were alive. What do I do? I am the only one out of state. I am so torn because I love my family so much and I can see it fragmenting and I've lost the most important person in my life who gave everything for me. I can't let the rest of the family fall apart. Crying isn't helping and I can't seem to get it together.

Comment by Avi on August 4, 2020 at 5:04am

Hi Shayla. 

Sorry to hear about your mom. Cancer is the biggest curse on mankind. I lost my mom to Cancer in May 2018. 

Please feel free to put here whatever you want. 

Regarding the relationship, I also suffered some issues with my marital relationship when my mother died but it was because nobody will understand the grief you are going through. So please think twice to move ahead with Divorce, it may be temporary thing. 

Comment by Brett Bowman on July 21, 2020 at 10:12pm

Shayla, first let me say that I am so sorry about your mom. My mom was my best friend, too. I have never been married before, but I know that when we lose our moms, we may also lose our greatest fountain of unconditional love, and that can expose other relationships that we have. I know in my case, I became so accustomed to how much she loved me that I really didn't realize how my other relationships stacked up. I was getting all that I needed to feel loved and secure. I learned quickly what I had lost. It hurt very badly. So badly that I really didn't want to live. I didn't want to harm myself. I just wished that God would take me. And it has taken a long time to find my way back. I'm still not there yet, but I learned to eliminate toxic relationships. That has been a great help. You are grieving your mom. Only you know if that is clouding your judgement. To be honest, I am guessing that it is not, and that you are more aware now where you stand with your husband. Please know that you are supported here, and that I will help you every step of the way. I may not know you, but I know that your mom would have wanted you to be happy. The best way to honor her would be to try to make that happen. God Bless You my friend. 


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