Hi, I'm Jazmine. When I was fifteen which was a about two and a half years ago, I lost my mother. She was on her way home and someone randomly shot her. She was only 45 years old, not only did she leave me; but she also left my brother at the age of seven. I never would have imagined that this could happen to me or her. Although some time has passed, the pain I feel hasn't healed and I don't think it ever will. Unfortunately, it took her death to make me realize how miserable my life would be without her and how much I truly loved her. Since her passing, life has pretty much just gone down hill for me. It just caused problems within my family and pain within me. People tell me that I just have to accept the fact that she is no longer with us and let go. The thing is, I JUST CAN'T accept it and let it go. It's as if I don't understand what that means. I know that there are people who have it worse than I do but I still feel as if I'm the most miserable person in the world. My mother was my best friend, without her I feel like no one else understands me and that my life will just be horrible until the day I die. I just need some advice and insight on the situation. I would love to meet someone who can truly relate to my story and just befriend them. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this.
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