I lost my mom 8 months ago, but I feel so weird telling people that she is gone. I just go on talking like she is still here on this earth, but I just don't think it is that healthy. I just don't want to be the downer in a conversation, and parents are such a big part of our lives so the conversation of parents eventually comes up when I make new friends. Also, I find it too painful to have to explain what happened when I finally tell someone. I don't want to make people cry! I was just wandering if anyone else is having the same problem as me. If you are can you tell me how you do it?
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