On 2 April Early in the Morning I Lost my Gloria to an 8 year struggle with Lung Cancer and the effects of her treatments from 2003 to 2004. Gloria fought so hard all these 8 years and was doing Better lately and then Suddenly Died in her sleep. Its been a little over 1 Month and I am just now beginning to realise what has happened. My Family and Friends have been so great I just cant put into words how much I how much it means to me for what thay have done and continue to do It means so…Continue
Added by Robert T. Henning on May 4, 2011 at 1:21pm — No Comments
~MY MOTHER~ ANNA MARIE SWAN~ BORN 7.27.27 PASSED OVER TO HEAVEN MAY 8,2010
THE DAY BEFORE MOTHERS DAY LAST YEAR...
HER 1ST ANNIVERSARY IN HEAVEN IS THIS MOTHERS DAY...SUNDAY MAY 8,2011
THIS WILL BE A SPECIAL DAY FOR HER AND I AS FOUND A MOTHERS DAY CARD FROM ME TAPED HER
PHOTO ALBLUM DATED MAY 8,1988 MY 2ND DAUGHTER WAS JUST 10 DAYS OLD...GOD HAS MADE MY
CONNECTION TO HER THAT I KNOW SHE WILL ALWAYS BE WITH ME NO MATTER WHERE I GO AS SHE
Added by Cindy Scull on May 4, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
I just lost my mom on April 1, 2011. I am really struggling with this and am having a hard time moving on. It almost seems that it gets harder each day. I feel completly lost without her. She was my everything and we had such an awesome bond. She had a cancerous tumor on her calf and had her leg amputated July 14, 2010. The cancer was sarcoma. They said the next place it goes is the lungs. Never in a million years did I think it would come back. We found out on Jan 3, 2011 it was…Continue
Added by Ashlyn Robinson on May 4, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments
Remembering happy memories or looking at photos may be painful at first but in time may help you to heal rather than bring pain. Writing down pleasant memories in a journal or keeping a list of things you wish you could have said to your loved one when he or she was alive may help. Writing may also provide you with a healthy outlet for your emotions. What about keeping mementos? Because everyone grieves…Continue
Added by Christina on May 3, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
I lost Dad suddenly (at the doctors office) 12-13-10....Ma passed away 18 days later 12-31-10
I am not dealing with this at all.....I cry most days and just dont know what to do ...I have no friends to talk to and not close to my siblings who are dealing with this in a diferent way
who do you deal with getting hit twice?
now with mothers day and father day coming I just dont know what to do
Added by Gail England on May 3, 2011 at 12:49pm — No Comments
Right on the stiletto heels of spring, eye-popping and heady heights of color and bounce – here comes Mother’s Day!
But for those of us without our mothers, even if you are one, it can feel more like a flat-footed event – particularly as Mother’s Day has gained commercial and emotional momentum over the years.
When my mother died, in 1968 at age 45, Mother’s Day was noted with breakfast in bed or by taking some special chores off her plate or by planting a…
Mother’s Day with my family wasn’t just about Mom. It was about Grandma Linn and Grandma Zurawski, too. Because my grandparents lived at the opposite ends of Chicago, we usually saw Grandma Linn on Saturday and then gathered with the other side of the family and Grandma Zurawski on Sunday. My sister Denise and I often drew cards and pictures for our mom but also for our grandmothers, in particular Grandma Zurawski simply because we saw her more often.
But I didn’t get to know…Continue
Feeling trapped within these walls
as I stumble with each fall
I try to hold my head up…Continue
Added by Rene' Bennett on May 3, 2011 at 4:44am — No Comments
I woke up this morning
thinking of you
Reached for your warmth
as i always would do
Your side of the bed
was empty with fold
Added by Rene' Bennett on May 3, 2011 at 4:40am — No Comments
Maybe you feel like something you did or some neglect on your part caused your loved one's death. Guilt, whether real or imagined, is a normal reaction to grief which can be helpful in itself. Talking about how guilty you feel can provide a much needed release. No matter how much we love a person we cannot prevent time and unforeseen occurrences from befalling ourselves or those we love. Not getting one to a…Continue
Added by Christina on May 2, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
My mom and I were extremely close and talked about everything. But we never discussed how I was going to live my life without her. This became abundantly clear in the weeks and months that followed her death; confident and sure-footed me was completely lost.
I couldn’t have imagined all those years ago that I would find joy without her, but I have. She wouldn’t have wanted her death to sap the pleasure from my days and thankfully, it hasn’t.
Accepting help from others can be particularly important when a spouse has died. The tasks that they once completed may now be left unattended. For instance, if they handled financial matters or chores around the house it may be difficult to handle all by yourself. In such a case the advice of tactful friends can be of great assistance to you. The Bible describes at Proverbs 17:17 a true friend is one "born when there is distress." So do not isolate…Continue
Added by Christina on May 1, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Added by April Dawn Bentley on May 1, 2011 at 2:02pm — No Comments
By Gail Woyton to Raymond Fievet:
How to begin to tell my feelings for you, the man who not only entered my world many years ago, but also my heart, mind and soul? We know it's not "until death do us part" but forever! Your hard-fought war against the panic attacks that robbed us of our dreams while you were here on earth is over, but it can never reach our love. And now you walk, hand-in-hand, with our precious son. Please hug and kiss him for me and never…Continue
Added by Amanda Macesich on May 1, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments