I'm not sure how to start off. My mom passed away in April of 2001. I know I probably should be over my mom's death but I can't seem to get to a point when I should be with losing my mom. Sometimes I feel like I should deal with it better than I am now. It will be 6 years this year and I still cry every day at times. I'm getting married next month and I'm afraid I'm going to ruin the day by crying. I need to talk wtih someone who understands the pain of losing a loved one. I wish my mom could hear me talking to her, I wish she could be here when things get rough, I wish she could give me advice. I am losing the battle of keeping myself together and I just need some help. Any suggestions anyone out there? Help!
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