I became a mom real young. I had my dd when I was 17. I lived with my mom and her dad left us, so relied on my mom. When my dd was two I met the love of my life and married him. He takes great care of me and my dd. My dd still wanted to go to my moms every weekend. She was so close to her grandma. Then when she was eight my mom died of a brain anerrisiom all of a sudden. It was hard on us all, but my daughter took it real hard. She tells me that shes praying to nanny every night. I do encourage her to but she misses my mom so much. I took her to counselors but she won't open up to them and if she won't talk about it then they can't help her. I want to help her. It's been almost three years and my little girl still won't talk about it and cries all the time. Even when things are happy, like Christmas... Now if you have grandchildren you might understand the closeness that they shared. My mom was is my best friend, but my daughter loved her grandma more then you can know. She spent all her free time she could at my mom's house. I've tried everything, It's a sour subject for my now eleven year old. Please help.
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