lonely without my mom😪

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    Donshell
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    Hello I’m new to this even thou for 19 yes I’ve mostly been a single mom … had my first as a teenager 11 yrs l8a my 2nd nver felt lonely as had Brill close unit from my side..heartbreaking weve had 3 bereavments in 8 years most recent My beautiful mom may 2020 & for first time since this parenting lark I’m alone shes always been the 2nd mom more than a nan 😊 …more so shes my mom and I’m so heartbroken without her …. hello to you all at Gingerbread xx

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    Alipally
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    Hi, I have no advice I’m afraid but wanted to say I’m so sorry for your loss.

    I nearly lost my mum 5 years ago and the thought of carrying on without her is unbearable.

    I hope someone with experience will comment soon and offer better support than me.

    Be kind to yourself and take each day as it comes. x

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    Sherinam
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    I am really sorry that you are missing your loved ones. You have to remember that your mother was suffering and has gone to a better place. Its sad and awful because we are the ones that are left behind. I find that concentrating on child care and work tends to make things slightly better and the pain eases. I’m slightly thick skinned and and am able to switch off because I had to keep our family together.

    Half my family got wiped out within 8 years. It was horrendous as both my siblings didn’t show up. to.my. Mothers funeral and left me to do do everything and make decisions. But they wanted to know. About their money and her jewellery. I missed Not going on holiday with family  or our  meals together. Not being able to share stories. Just remember that you will see each other again and life is for living especially when you have children. My best friend died shortly after my mother and I was in shock for sometime. Everyone grieves differently but you need to give yourself time. I find meeting with relatives helps and talking with other family members.

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