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At 4:35pm on August 3, 2010, Judy said…
Charles, I know it's still very fresh, but don't blame yourself. This is all part of the stages of grieving. I lost my Mom in Jan this year, and had to make some pretty tough decisions regarding her. It wasn't easy, but she's no longer suffering, and is at peace. Be grateful of the time you had together. Cherish and love all the memories you have of her, and share them with others, it will help ease the pain. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
At 4:35pm on August 3, 2010, Judy said…
Charles, I know it's still very fresh, but don't blame yourself. This is all part of the stages of grieving. I lost my Mom in Jan this year, and had to make some pretty tough decisions regarding her. It wasn't easy, but she's no longer suffering, and is at peace. Be grateful of the time you had together. Cherish and love all the memories you have of her, and share them with others, it will help ease the pain. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
At 5:12pm on July 28, 2010, MissingMyMom said…
Charles please please please don't blame yourself for your mothers death. Cancer is an evil disease that has a mind of its own. We brought my mom to one of the top doctors in new york city and even he couldn't help her beat the cancer. Try to go easy on yourself and I promise you will be ok. If u ever need to talk please feel free to email me :)
 
 
 

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