I went to my friend's mom's funeral yesterday. They are such a great family, and I was struck by how much love they have for each other. This friend was my roommate in college when my mom died 23 years ago. I felt the loss of my mom and the sadness of a broken family yesterday. I think this loss for me is part of my depression. My dad told me he was dating 2 weeks later. We've battled ever since and don't speak now. If you have lost your mom, did your family fall apart? We weren't allowed to talk about her, and my father never had a picture of her out. He cheated on her, and I'm so sad that her life was so difficult. Can anyone relate?
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