it has been almost a year since my mom passed away. she was diagnosed with parkinsins disease when I was 7 years old. she passed away on sunday march 23rd, 2008, which was also easter. i was with my brother when we were called, and i dont know what i would have done without him. although my mom was extremely ill, it was sooo hard to realize that she would not be around to see me get married, hold my babies in her arms, or to just be there when i needed to talk to her. sometimes i try to tell myself that its ok, and shes happier now because she is no longer sick, but i still feel in my gut that it isnt fair. i know its selfish, but im only 24...24 yr olds are supposed to have their moms around for a long time still. if anyone has any suggestions as far as support groups, or maybe ideas on how to cope and grieve this loss, please let me know.
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