At 12:47pm on July 28th, 2010, Brandy M Creech Mullis said…
I just lost my mom suddenly on June 26,2010 she was only 56 years old. I have ok days and then I have bad days and on the bad days I can't stop crying. My heart hurts and I am having such a hard time dealing with the grief. I found there is no word that could explan the pain that comes with losing your mom. She was my rock and made me strong when I didn't think I could do it. If anyone could give me some words of wisdom to ease the pain.
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Comment by Ellen M. Woodruff on August 12, 2010 at 5:23pm
Dear Teresa: God bless you. I too lost my mom. It was Jan 2010. I was her caregiver for 2 years in her home where she could be happy. She was mistreated in a nursing home so I quit my part-time job to be with her. She'd have done the same for me. I know the pain you are going through and wish I could give you a shoulder. Mom was my best friend as well. It's good that you cry as you are releasing pressure. I thought I was OK with mom but have been very depressed and just don't feel right. I went to the doctor this week an all's well. I was told it could be from grieving without knowing it. Just remember in your heart that your mom is "still" with you. No one can take her memories from your heart of her. She's a peace and loved you so much. I can tell by your message. I'm the youngest of 3 children an I was sick as a child. Mom was always by my side. There are days that I too wonder how I will ever get by. I wake up in the middle of the night and have to think if it's really true. I'm sure you do this too. The only thing I can say to maybe ease your pain is as I've mentioned know she's always there with you. You can talk to her as you do God. I've even prayed while crying and felt like someone was giving me a much needed hug. It was weird but I felt such a relief from it. I know you are hurting and like me it's a different kind of pain being the loss of a mother. God will bring comfort to you. Please do not loose your faith. "We" will get through this. One day at a time. Keep something of her's close to your heart and this may help as well. I have a little picture of mom on my night table. I always say good morning and good night to her. She always told me "I love you a bushel and a peck, and a hug around the neck"! We always said this at bedtime and when I told her good-bye this is what I told her. Maybe you and your mother had a favorite saying that you too could say. Maybe this will help you too. I know I've said a lot but don't feel I've helped you in any way. Just know there's other's out there like me and Stephanie who care and understand. My mom was 85 and told me to always keep my faith. This has helped me as well. I am here if you need to chat. God bless you and may the love of God be with you now and always and may he bring comfort to your heart too. Take care my friend! Ellen
Comment by teresa on July 30, 2010 at 6:50am
i just lost my mom suddenly on 2008. i know how painful it is still now i cant sto crying. i
Comment by Stephanie Hyatt on July 29, 2010 at 8:18pm
I also just lost my mom very suddenly on June 19th. She would have turned 52 June 20th. I find myself feeling the same thing that you are. She was my everything. My mother and my best friend. Some days are so so and others I cry uncontrollably, for no reason. Not a song, not a picture, just start crying out of nowhere. I had no idea what pain was until I lost her. THere is no other pain like when you lose your mother. It hurts somewhere deep that you didn't even know had feeling. I am so sorry that you are going through this as well.

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