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At 5:56am on December 15, 2011, June connell said…

please know it will get better but it is so soon after you lost your mum.. my condolences. i ts 2 years since my rock, my dad died and many years since my mum died. i too feel like, well i am an orphan.its horrible.I think its like ive got a piece of grey on my heart that will never change. i got in touch with a really great grief counsellor, someone to talk to who know all the painful stuff we may go through. my prayers for you at this time of Chrsitmas.x June C

At 5:55am on December 15, 2011, June connell said…

please know it will get better but it is so soon after you lost your mum.. my condolences. i ts 2 years since my rock, my dad died and many years since my mum died. i too feel like, well i am an orphan.its horrible.I think its like ive got a piece of grey on my heart that will never change. i got in touch with a really great grief counsellor, someone to talk to who know all the painful stuff we may go through. my prayers for you at this time of Chrsitmas.x June C

At 8:27pm on November 1, 2011, Misti Allison Counts said…

I understand the orphan feeling. I am 36 years old. After having lost both parents simultaneously I fight daily to feel worthy of making decisions and I have no idea what to with the rest of my life. My husband keeps me going and is continually searching for ways to help. 

I grief with you and for the loss of your parents. I have much hope that this forum will generate some healing for all it;s members

At 10:50pm on June 9, 2011, Linda R. Thrasher-Rocker said…
Lost my Mom on April 2nd of this year...she too had been in and out of the hospital for the last two years...she needed two heart valves replaced but that was too risky so we decided to do heart stents- she was in ICU for 3 days they moved her to step-down and then everything just fell apart- organs shut down and interanl bleeding...she to was my everything...my first best friend and the best friend a girl could have...we lived next door to her and I took care of her and now there is this big void...praying that we find peace in our hearts ...Heaven is such a beautiful and wonderful place I know our loved ones are content- Moms are such wonderful creations...
At 9:54am on June 4, 2011, MyFathersSon said…

Sorry for your loss. All I know is that it gets better. When I lost my father I cried loud and hard everyday and thought everyday for the rest of my life would be miserable. Then one day out of nowhere I didn't cry. I remember being surprised by that. We can't see the end of our grief. You can't randomly pick a day in the future it will be better and you will be over it. At some time it just slowly started to change for me and the despaired started to gradually lessen. The world is a different place without our parents. They had been the most familiar thing in your world all your life. I went places to be alone, like out by the river, and cried long and loud for days on end. Didn't want people to see me like that. I really think that helped me looking back. Don't try to stop your grief or force it away. I had let it consume me until I had nothing left to give it. Then I slowly got better. I remember if people told me it would get better, I brushed them off as never being at the depths of despair that I had reached. Hang in there and grieve. We all have to go through this. Some day that you can't see from where you are today, your grief will change. Take care.

 
 
 

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