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I feel so lost and none of my friends or relatives understand. They seem to think they do, but they don't. I miss you, Mom. I understand your pain. I'm also 26, and my mom passed away April 15th from lung cancer at age I miss my mom so much. I wish I could have another conversation with her, hear her laugh, and tell me she loves me. It's hard to find people who understand. None of my friends have lost their mother. I feel so alone.
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I just wish she would call me and tell me everything is going to be okay. I'm so, so sorry for your loss. My mom, too, was my best friend. I shared a special connection with my mom also. I lost my mom a month ago from complications due to lung cancer. She was 64, and I am Just had my birthday yesterday. Horrible birthday as you could imagine. Just know that you are not alone, and with all my heart I am very sorry for your loss. I am in pain with you.
God bless. I'm so sorry for you. I lost my mom to pancreatic cancer this December. I'm I had been taking care of her at home with my dad and 20 year old brother after she got the diagnoses for 4 months.
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She was suffering so immensely the past week but refused to go to the hospital, but one day she woke up with black blood all over her that she had coughed up. We had to take her to the hospital. She screamed in pain as the ambulance took her away, and that was the last I ever saw of her. She died at the hospital 3 hours later, not sure if I should feel relieved of guilty for not coming with her and experiencing her last moments. She died without us, her family around her, even though at that point she was already so unaware of her surroundings.
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Pancreatic cancer is the worst of its kind. She's been gone now for over a year, having passed two days before Christmas, Not sick, yet elderly. I knew it was coming eventually. I made every effort to show my love through conversations and time. It was not enough. I am left with photos of distant relatives I cannot identify, cards I never asked her about, thoughts, memories, and questions unanswered. I needed more time. She was not a perfect mother, yet she was my mom, and I miss her so!
So much that it aches at times. She left with all these things and memories of the items she gave me, yet my most prized is a simple birthday card one year before her death. A card where it portrayed our lives like a movie from birth to our time together as we grew old. All the memories, both good and bad. In the end she said she would do it all over again, while it never was enough time. If your mom is alive, you still have time to call her and let her know.
Life is certainly too short, as I think of her every day. Love you, Mom. My mom passed away 8 months ago. It'll be 9 months this month, and gosh I miss her. I think about her being gone forever.
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Her not being there when I pass my exams, when I graduate, when I get married, when I have kids. I turned 16 in November.
It didn't feel right without her. I don't really talk about her. I don't show how much I miss her. I just wanna go home. She was my home. I feel so lost without her. Yet I smile like everything is fine. I'm not that type of person who talks about her feelings. I hope she found peace. I really do hope so.
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She was all I had. Hello Val, My name is also Valerie. I stumbled upon your post as I was thinking about my own mother who had passed away.
I lost my mom from Ovarian Cancer in February of I cried when I read you post. I have been having all the same feelings you have.
I pretend like everything is okay when in reality I do feel so lost without her. But I have learned it's okay to feel lost - that people will pick you up and help you find the way. It really does come in waves. And although she can't be with you in the present, she is always with you. I didn't believe in it myself, but I have been getting small signs. And I have to believe that your mom will always be with you too. Just look for her in everything you do and take her wherever you go.