Thank you for your respond and a healing belated Birthday! You understand my pain. Life is not the same without that beautiful, simple word "mom". Remember that not even death can seperate our bond and love with our moms. Judy
She will send you a sign of comfort. My mother has come to me on two ocassions in the form of dreams. It's comforting, but the experience has been a difficult journey.
You are in my thoughts and prayers and I am here if you just want to talk....Judy
Just a quick note to say hi!
I can relate to your feelings as my husband was ill for 15 years. He was given 5 years to live, on diagnosis, but lived for 15. During that time, he was on oxygen for 8 and every night I never knew if he would make it or not. Pre grief is hard to express and accept. Most people do not know it is a real life experience. You may get some help by viviting my writings at EzineArticles.com. type in Patricia Hubbard and it will lead you to articles on grief and loss due to death and divorce. Hope you will have better days soon.
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