When does the pain stop? It will be two months on Feb. 3rd (the day after my daughters b.day) and it still hurts as much as the day I lost my grandma. It is getting harder and harder everyday to fake the smiles, and pretend that everything is o.k. My grandma meant everything to me. And in October I moved in with my grandparents and my mom (my mom took care of them full time)because we had a house fire, and my family and I needed somewhere to stay. I helped take care of grandma everyday and on the day of her passing I climbed in bed with her, I stayed in bed with her all day and night until she went home to be with the lord. But my pain and tears just have not stopped. When does the healing start? When will I feel better. I have three kids and a hubby to take care of, but I miss her so much still. Someone help me, make the pain stop. I want to smile and mean it.
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