I miss her everyday my mum.

by Sonya McKnight
(Newtownabbey)


I lost my mum 3 months to chest septis but she also had bowel cancer diabetes and a lining in her brain this time last year.

She was diagnosed in 2009 with bowel cancer but through it all she kept going no matter what what her body went through in 2 years was not nice.

Near the end of 2011 she was taken into hospital not feeling very well she along with my dad were in hospital together but my dad came home and my mum did not.

On the Friday the 20th of January she detoriated badly overnight and I got the phone call to come up on Saturday afternoon I got there surrounded by the rest of the family and at after 4.00pm she passed away peacefully.

My way of coping is not talking about it because the more I talk about it the real it is is this the right way to cope i do not know.

If anyone can advise me on how to cope please let me know thanks.

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Apr 06, 2012
she was real!
by: Jeff

I feel your pain so much and can sympathize. I lost my mom in 2010 and it feels so fresh. I am no therapist, but I believe that talking about our deceased loved ones keep them near us and, your mother sounded like a very strong women. It is real that she is gone and she does deserve your tears and for you to call upon her when the waves of grief seem to overwhelm you. I call upon my mother a lot. I still cry but saying her name keeps her spirit alive and strong within me. Say her name, talk to her, cry for her, but say her name, when your ready.. peace to you.. jeff

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