trust me i understand that what you are saying . my dad passed away 2014 from lung cancer and my mom last year because of ovarian cancer . and they both drove me nuts . and it's okay to feel that way because only people you really love can drive you crazy. you will have arguments just always make up .
8 ups, 5y
I always leave them with a hug and, "I love you." My wife lost both of her parents 29 years ago and 10 years ago respectively. When she teases me about the funny things that mine say and do, I can't help but detect some jealousy. I suppose that's human nature and I can understand. I know that I will have to face the same thing soon... Regrettably. Sorry I ' m talking so much about it.
mine past as well last April, this is my second without mine so I feel your pain and I understand what you're going through. I wish I could say it gets easier but it does't. just have to learn to live with it. My condolences and my best wishes for you.
My great-grandmother died last year on mother's day. Trust me, it will get easier to bear with the pain, but the pain will always be there. Losing a loved one is the most painful thing anybody can go through.
I'm sorry for your loss. I don't know a single person who is ready to lose their mother. The pain of losing a loved one will always be there, but it helps me to know that they are in a better place (sorry to all of you who don't believe in heaven or the afterlife).
Lately I have been thinking about that, I was taking a shower and I was thinking of those depressed kids, who cut them selves during showers, then I think why, then I think of deaths then I thought about loosing a parent, then my mother, I cried-almost cried just thinking of never talking to her, she can respond, just I can't handle that, I know it sounds selfish but I hope I die before my wife, I would completely die if my wife died before me
So sorry,man. I can't pretend to know how much losing your mother must hurt,but I almost lost mine early last year. She's going to be 85 in December,so it's a thought that constantly weighs on my mind. You have a friend here,and deepest condolences to you and your family.
I've lost all my grandparents. I know my mom and dad are next, but.... Nothing will prepare me for dealing with how you're feeling right now. Seeing my grandma at the Viewing was heart-shattering enough. I can't even imagine when it's your own mother. Thumbs up to all, and respect to tracklou. :'''(
I feel the same way! Although the pain does subside, i find myself thinking of her every day, and its been 15 years since she passed. Even after all this time, whenever something funny happens, i find myself thinking, "i cant wait to tell mom about this"... Only to realize that i cant talk to her any more... She really was my best friend!
You can have my mother; she's drunk, leeches off money from others whenever she can, neglected taking care of me and my siblings just to go partying, never brought food or paid the rent when it was due because money spend on alcohol was more important than those, mentally and physically abused us to make her feel better, so yeah, you can totally have her if you want. >>;
Sorry that I offended you. But if you read the meme, and I mean really read it, you will know that I am proud everyone here who can take their loss and move on. What better way to tell them that then by meme, on Imgflip I should add.