It'll have been 11 years in November and I STILL miss her like crazy. Shortly after she died (I was 17) I went off to college. Though it was close to home, I still had a very hard time adjusting and was diagnosed bipolar after a very traumatic incident during sophomore year. I just don't feel like I ever dealt with it "correctly" when she died. I go to bed every night still wanting to cry. The phrase "I want my mom" goes through my head constantly. I just wish there was an END to this incessant grieving, or that it got easier...
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