I would just like to remind you all that if you have a friend who has lost a loved one and is depressed to keep an eye in them. People who feel they cannot cope with the pain feel they don't want to live anymore. My aunt lost her mother and then her foster brother(my dad) and her husband in the space of a couple of years and then she took her own life by jumping off a bridge into the path of an oncoming train. She has a daughter and her sisters were still alive but she was never the same after her mother passed away. We often go through depression but sometime we can pull ourselves out of it but if we are in a deep depression and feel we cannot go on, that is the time we need our friends and family around us to watch us. If you are feeling depressed at the loss of your mothers, please seek help. Okay. This is a difficult time and we all need someone to talk to. May we all be there for our friends and family as best we can. God bless. Kimxxxx
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