Hello to everyone here. I lost my mum a week ago. She had liver cancer. She died six months after diagnosis. I don't know how to cope with this, and I'm feeling very afraid all the time. I guess it is normal, but I have no way of knowing, as I haven't lost anyone close to me before. I guess that makes me lucky, but I was so close to my mum, and I just don't know what to do. I have some mild tranquilizers which I think I may take, but only if I really have to. I just don't know what to expect or how bad this is going to get, I am afraid of the unknown. I hope that I can be of some use at some point to others on here too, as I would like to offer help to other people too. Anyway, it's nice to be a part of this site, and I am glad to be here
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