Why did she leave me?

by Pratap Raj
(India)

My mother passed away on the 14th of June 2012 and she was only 60. A month ago. Cause massive heart attack. She had no other illness in her life. Sudden.....very sudden.

I got wedded just a week before her demise and was on my honey moon trip when I received the news of her death. The journey back home was the longest in my life.

No one can forget her enthusiasm in my wedding. She was all smiles and beautiful. She was my best friend and guide. I used to share everything with her. Her death has left a big vaccume in my life. I feel it was as a result of all the hard work that she put in to arrange my marriage cermony has caused too much of a strain. And people do speak ill of my wife as this has happend just after the marriage.

My mother and I shared a great relationship, speacially for the last 4 years when we both were the only ones at home as the others were busy out of there. I really find lost. I wanted to take great care of her after my marriage. My wife and I had planned to look after her very caringly.

I can never forget all the hard work she had put in to raise me and make me what I am now. Those special moments and the love and care she poured on me. Now there is no one... I feel guilty that my wedding has caused this sorrow to ou family. We have lost our Goddess.

She has left me at the most crtical juncture of my life. Mom I miss you, you and your advise are so very important to guide me through this new life of mine

I LOVE YOU MOM.

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Jul 20, 2012
Why did she leave me?
by: Doreen U.K.

Pratap I am sorry for your loss of your mother. Your mother held on till this wedding took place. Isn't it lovely she got to see your wedding. She was happy. Contented. Her Son was settled. Thats what Mum's want. to make sure their children are settled before they leave this world.
Death is no respector of age. It can happen to any of us at any time. We have an appointed day to live. People who blame your wife are just small minded people who don't need a reason. Blame is not the issue. It is how we live and treat one another that is important. You lived Well. Now carry on your mum's legacy to be Happy and enjoy your life. Your Mum enjoyed her life. She is free of the troubles of this world. This is the only good thing for any of us. Our suffering is over. But whilst we are here let us enjoy the journey. Misery is not an option. You will grieve. this is normal. It will take time. You will recover and be in a happier place. You will feel the emptiness and lonliness of not having your mother around. You have a wife now. Let her comfort you in your sorrow. the days ahead will be hard but they won't last forever. Go on to be happy and enjoy your life when your grief is over no matter how long it takes. Best wishes.

Jul 19, 2012
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS
by: KAREN

HELLO, I HAVE JUST READ YOUR POST. SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR MOTHER. MY OWN MOTHER PASSED AWAY IN 2010 AFTER HER 2 YEAR BATTLE WITH CANCER, SHE WAS ALSO ONLY 60 YEARS YOUNG. THE ONLY THING I THINK THAT WOULD BE WORSE THAN LOSING A MOTHER IS TO LOSE YOUR OWN CHILD. MY MOTHER WAS MY BEST FRIEND AND TODAY I AM STILL GRIEVING. DON'T TAKE IN WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE PRESSURE YOUR MUM WAS UNDER WITH YOUR WEDDING, YOUR MUM WOULD NOT HAVE WANTED TO BE ANYWHERE ELSE. I AM A MUM MYSELF AND THAT'S WHAT MUMS DO :) I ALSO LOST A GOOD FRIEND OF MINE 2 MONTHS AGO DUE TO HEART ATTACK, HE WAS A HEALTHY, HAPPY PERSON WHO DIED INFRONT OF HIS FAMILY PLAYING A GAME OF FOOTBALL. SO WE NEVER KNOW WHAT IS TO COME IN LIFE, MAYBE YOUR MUM HAD AN UNDERLYING PROBLEM THAT SHE PROBABLY DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT, AS MY FRIEND. AGAIN SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, IS YOU NEED A GRIEVANCE COUNSELLOR, GO FOR IT.

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