well i thank all of you out there for leting me get this all out also i think no one was reading any off that its my mistake i did not get the hang of tiping right and this dont matter its my way of going alone nothing changed and may be i need to let it go but bevor i go let me give you all this were ever you had to give up your loved ones the r not lost at all but save in heaven looking down on you all and smiling at you you r all very smart and sweet and this is were you dont realise how close your mama really is yust look at your smiles how you do thinks and you will see how lovely of a lagacy she left each of you take care manuela
Lauran, apparently you were very close to your mom (more than you realize) & it's just hitting now. I'm going through the same with the loss of my Dad - he was 94 but fully functional until he had a massive stroke Sept 20 of this year. He died Tues before thanksgiving. The stroke left him paralyzed but he knew everyone, was lucid & was able to swallow, etc. This is so difficult for me...I'm not crying as much as you, but my Hospice grief couselor Bill told me I have Dad's personality - stoic, oh I cry, but not a LOT, which is what I thought I would be - a complete basket case, didn't happen. Lauran, this is unfortunately the grieving "process" we MUST go through. I don't know exactly how you feel, but I have an idea. This will pass but we must do the Grief work, & when I cry for maybe 10 minutes on the couch, it's physically draining. In the first couple of weeks after Dad died I cried so much on the couch that I was too tired to get up! Anyway, Lauran, this WILL get a little easier, it takes time, but it will get better. Talk to me if you want - if you want my e-mail address I'll give it to you. I'm also a Medical Assisstant & Hospice volunteer so I do know some more. Keep well. Karen
Am using my phone but I got to the site and you did a wonderful job!!
I know how you feel my mom passed away in October and I still cry at the drop of a hat. I will be going about my business and I will see something that would remind me of her and it almost cripples me...They say time will heal the wounds but..WHEN is my question..She was my best friend and confidant...I will forever miss her...