I lost my mum nine months ago, have no contact with my dad and my sister is incapable of hugging (she's very unwell and not dealing with losing mum either). I feel like a burden on my boyfriend because I have no close friends and have only him to hug and only see him once a week (I have to travel to him, he never comes to me:(. I feel so lost without my mum to help me through my depression, she did a brilliant job and died suddenly at only 51, everyday she came to me with a new idea to make me smile and the plant she bought me just before she died is one of the most important things in my life. I'm just feeling sorry for myself as I can't afford to see my boyfriend this week and wondered if anyone had any advice on how to keep myself sane until I see him next wednesday?
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