12 Years and Counting : Mother's Day without her...
May 8, 2011 12:17pm CST
My story is just like with some other people and that can be experienced by any one else. My mother died when I was 10 years old. She died because of an illness ( to be specific she died of a kidney problem ) . She really suffer a lot of pain and almost 3months of pain. I couldn't imagine the pain she suffered at that time. We were all doing our best to give all her needs at my young age I'm not ready to lose a mother. It was evening when my mother rush into the hospital, although our house is location near in the hospital, still my mother died. When the doctor said to us that she already passed away, I could not help my self but to cry and to feel the sorrow of my surrounding. At the burial of my mother, I could not release my tears, they could not drop out of my eyes. I could not cry, and I could not understand my self that time. Maybe because I was too young to understand that day of my life. That I think she would still come back someday, somehow... Thats the saddest part of my life..:(
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8 May 11
That's sad, I'm feeling with You. I hope you will come over it someday, although I know that it's really hard, and you'll never completely get over it. As a little kid, you can't really understand what's happening to your mother at that day. You just see all your relatives cry and feel sad. I hope you'll have a hopefully continued nice day! :-)
8 May 11
That's really sad. it's really hard losing a mom and i think it will be doubly harder when you loose her at such an early age. I'm hoping though that you were able to cope ur family were able to devise a way on how to make the void left by your mom a little bearable. For now, amidst the longing, all you are left to do is to console yourself with the fact that she's in a place where pain no longer exist and that she's watching you over even if she's no longer physically present.
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8 May 11
I lost my mother just about 2 months ago so I can sympathize with you. There is very little more painful than losing a mother. My religion teaches that she will be waiting for me and that she is now with her own mother in peace and happiness, she is safe with God. That gives me some comfort. I'm sorry this day is so painful for you but you have a lot of company.
9 May 11
hi dragon54u, I am so sad for what happened to your mother. It is really hard to live our life and to enjoy our family when you know to your self that you will never be complete anymore.. Sometimes it is really painful for the memories that was left behind. But we must move on and live our life.. Have a nice day!