which one and how do u deal with it. I lost my mom sept 5 2009. i remember the phone call like it was yesterday. my mom lived in florida and i lived in Pennsylvania. it was a saturday and i had talked to her thursday. blood clot in head is why she passed. i think about her everyday and some days its really hard and i just randomly cry. i havent been good at feelings so i dont really know how to deal with them. what do u do?Answer Question
Sorry for your loss.I lost my mother not to long ago from a brain aneurysm. I remember coming home from church & helping her with the cooking she left to go to the bathroom & it was taking her longer than usual,the food started burning so i knocked on the bathroom door & got no answer just then my dad walked in & opened the bathroom door and she was laying on the floor still alive but unable to move or speak....ill never forget that frightened look upon her face. An ambulance rushed her to a hospital they did 3 surgeries in her head & we started to think she was going to make it. I remember visiting her in her room holding her hand singing amazing grace she looked at me for a minute & tears were rolling down her eyes then she passed right in front of me. It is still hard on me & i too break down & cry but i try to keep her spirit alive as much as i can.
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Answer by elizabr at 12:01 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
I have lost both parents and both were a shock. My dad had a heart attack in his sleep. My mom was diagnosed with cancer. We figured she had years and nope, she died a couple of weeks after diagnosis. It took me a few years to be able to talk about it and not break down. It just takes time.
Answer by admckenzie at 12:09 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
I have not lost any of my parents as of yet but my dad is 70 & in bad health so it could be any time. We have however lost myhusbands Mom 4 yrs ago his step dad 2 yrs ago and his brother 1 yr ago and his real dad this summer. With his mom I still want to say let's call and talk to your Mom and I still to this day remember driving up to see them they lived about 900 miles away and she would be standing outside waiting for us to come and when we left at 5 AM she would be standing at the door in her bathrobe waving goodbye. Now, I am crying again. It's perfectly normalto miss them and remember lots about them. Hugs to you for having such a great heart!
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Answer by samurai_chica at 12:46 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
I lost my mom this July 26, 2010. My mom had triple bypass surgery in December 2008, and went downhill after that. She got the MRSA staff infection twice. Was in and out of the hospital and nursing homes for months. We watched her go from strong and independent to weak and so much more. Shortly before she died, she didn't know anything. She kept saying that her mom and dad would let her come home. I think she realized she was dying. She was young, only 56, and I miss her greatly. I'm not sure when the pain will subside, but I know I will never stop missing her.
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Answer by sandbuster at 3:45 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
I lost my father almost 3 years ago. This helped me. I'm sorry for your loss.
Answer by beeky at 4:50 PM on Jan. 8, 2011