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Mom <3

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My mom passed away from cancer on July 15th 2009. Im having a really hard time with it, everyday i cry, and i just want her back. My family didnt even know she had it until it was to late. It was the longest month of my life. Im lost without her. I re live that month over and over in my head everyday.

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Joined: Aug 2009

I am so sorry for your loss. Grieving is hard work. I'm sorry you didn't have more time with your mother. Cancer sucks and losing a loved one also sucks. Try to think of the good memories. Relive those memories. Take care of yourself now. Let yourself go through the grieving process. Hug those you love and tell them you love them while you can. Fay

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Joined: Dec 2009

It is going on 7 years since my mom passed to cervical cancer. You know what I wished I did when she died? Let all of the pain out!!! Feel all of it!!! I know how bad it hurts!!! You have to feel all of it and talk!! Talk to a counselor, or anyone who will listen. You know why?

Burring it led me to drinking to blackout. Drinking to not feel any pain. You know what though? When you hurt drunk you don't get to feel any of it. The alcohol does. Then you wake up and nothing is accomplished. Hurt, feel, talk. You will feel so much better, and know others are out here that know how you feel.

I am terribly sorry for your loss. Lets band together and heal for the life our mother want us to have!!!!

Much love and respect,


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