Chasity Huston
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  • Tampa, FL
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At 10:08pm on November 19, 2010, Anita said…
There is no right or wrong when it comes to grief. It hasn't been that long since your mom passed. I know what you mean when others don't want to talk about it.....my father died a long time ago, 1989, and my 3 sisters and one brother, never wanted to talk about him. It's like everyone wanted to act as if he never existed and I was wrong to be still grieving, even after just a week. I was angry for the first couple of months, with God...then I was just continually sad inside, I went to the cemetery every other day before I went back to work. I took care of my father when he was terminally ill, but yet I could not stop him from dying. Later I began to be grateful that I was able to have the little time I had with him in the end. My parents were divorced and I had not lived with him since I was twelve. He died when I was 33. He spent his last 3 months of life at my house and I am glad for that time, even though it was the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. My point is, even though nothing can take the pain away, try to focus a little at a time on the good things/thoughts about your mom. The hurt only gets different over time, it never really goes way. I find that even after all this time, I can laugh about something my dad and I talked about and cry at the same time because I miss him. And it's ok to miss them, we loved them. But you have to live your life....I found that when I felt like crying, I cried and didn't hold it in and that feeling passed quicker than if I tried to hold it in for days and then fell apart. I will pray that God will comfort you, He can, you know.
At 11:54pm on November 11, 2010, Colleen McCarthy said…
Chasity
I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my mother last December very suddenly and am dealing with a lot of the same things you are. I just want you to know you are not alone. I would be happy to be your friend. If you need to talk let me know.
At 11:54pm on November 11, 2010, Colleen McCarthy said…
Chasity
I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my mother last December very suddenly and am dealing with a lot of the same things you are. I just want you to know you are not alone. I would be happy to be your friend. If you need to talk let me know.
At 4:01am on August 24, 2010, Tryingmybest said…
I am sorry for your loss.
I lost my dad to cancer 6 months ago on feb 27th. I too sometimes feel like i should hide my feelings, but that just leaves me even more isolated and alone. This is such an adjustment period for me. I don't know what is normal anymore but i am trying to make some sense of this.
I had left my job for 5 months to be home with him but went back recently to get some sense of normalcy back.
Hiding my feelings is too painful and makes everything worse for me. I feel i am expected to behave a certain way, like not show my emotions because it makes others uncomfortable. I don't know if this is true but i feel like that. Maybe it does make people uncomfortable because no one knows how to react in to so much pain.
But i am trying to figure it out. I am 23, there is a lot of life to live before giving it up.
I just want you to know you are not alone in your pain. I pray it gets better for you.
Hugs.
At 8:10am on August 10, 2010, kathy said…
Dear ChastyI am writing to express my sympathy for the loss of your mom facing the death of someone so close to your heart is emotionally devastating to say the least .This is a difficult time for you ,so never hide your feeling you have lost your mom and that’s painful enough. Grief takes on many faces so it’s normal to feel hurt, crushed, angry and lonely. Someone you love has passed away, your heart will ache with sadness, but you have to go on; As you go through this period of sorrow remember; The Bible assures us God "is healing the broken hearted ones, and is binding up their painful spot." Psalm 147:3 If your husband want you to talk pour your heart out to him this will help both of you
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