It is almost 8 months now since my mother passed away. And yet it gets harder each day it seems. She was always the rock for me. When something was going on with my children she wouldn't give advice she would just listen. And she would tell me to do the same for my children. Let them make their own choices and just always support them. I have no one to talk with when things get really hard for me. The past few days have been really bad with my husband saying he wants to leave, and my son committing himself. I am thankful for DS though and all of you who send me the hugs and words of comfort. I know that this grieving is going to go on for a long time...losing my mother is the hardest thing that I have had to deal with so far in my life.
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