I lost my mom 3 months ago to cancer. We thought she was getting better with chemo and I didn't prepare myself for her death. Then the doctors told us that all they could do was make her comfortable and a week later she died. She was my entire world. They was a saying "The loss of a mother to a daughter is the ultimate female tragedy." But I was in a bookstore and found a book called "Letters from Motherless Daughters" In it are countless stories of women like us going through this pain. Then I decided to by a journal and recount all the stories my mom told me about her life. In it I put her pictures and her sayings. I will pour all my anger, fear, pain, love, and laughter for her in this book. It's really helping.
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