I lost my mother June, 26 2011. If it wasn't for the wonderful, amazing people I have bonded with on this site...I would be such a mess. I would like to give you something to think about - if you have not read anything by George Anderson...please go to his website and facebook. Your mother is not "dead" - horrible word. Your beautiful mother has transitioned to a very beautiful place. There are many answers out there if you want to seek them out. I was just an ordinary daughter who lost her best friend and mother...I am now a different person than I was when my mother passed. A BETTER person because I chose to open the door to the possibilities. Do a cry and feel that pain in my heart and lump in my throat every day - yet bet I do. I miss my mom. Your mother needs for you to tell her it is OK for her to be where she is and you need to make her proud until your day comes and you have earned to transition into the next world. Honor her with who you are and who you become. I promise you - you mother is in good company. She will come to you when you are free of anger and your pain is not so overwhelming. In time she will. I am telling you all of these things because I experienced them myself. - Sue
"Margie, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother - I listened to you speak at this past Zoom meeting and felt my heart hurt at the pain in your voice. I truly hope that you will continue to join the meeting on Monday and pray they will…"
I lost my brother in November 2020. Our family has been devastated ever since. Everyday is a new struggle. I want to support my family but I am myself having a tough time coping with thingsSometimes I get tied up in looking after myself vs looking after them . It's important to do bothBut i dont know how to manage for nowSee More