First Mother's Day since Mom passed. Miss her. She was also my constant companion.

Discussion in 'Life After Caregiving' started by TexGal, May 10, 2020.

  1. TexGal

    TexGal Member

    I was full time caregiver for my elderly mother. She was also my constant companion and focus of my life. She had mouth cancer, and passed away last July.
     
  2. JoNas

    JoNas Member

    Hi. I am going through the same.You're not alone. I can't seem to recover.
     
  3. TexGal

    TexGal Member

    Hi JoNas...thanks for your reply. I don't quite know what to say right now, except I am sorry for your loss, and hang in there. I will probably check this site every few days. I'm actually very tech-challenged and don't get online much. I try to rely on God and prayer. It does help. I believe the Bible is true. I know for sure that God hears our desperate prayers, if we ask in humility and faith.
     
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  4. JoNas

    JoNas Member

    Hi TexGal.Really appreciate your reply.I've yet to post what is really going on with me.I will. For now,I lost my beautiful Mom a few mths. ago.W only had each other.Now,as she was the last of our small immediate family,I am left here alone. I was also her and my grandparents caregiver.So,an identity crisis there too. Life doesn't always work out how we imagined.November true friends worth anything either.
     
  5. venson_eric

    venson_eric Member

    Hi I'm Eric I recently lost my mother last month on the 23rd I was her caretaker for about going on 2 years she had dementia at first I thought I was not going to make it but God saw me through even though it was expected that she would pass on the shock is still there and I just cannot get out of my head I guess because that's the part of them in morning I love them very much I'm an only child she is my mother she love me right now I feel so alone at a selfish thing is part of me is I would like her to come like her to be back come back that's selfish on my part right that's just how I feel you might have days like that too but I know how you feel being a caretaker we cannot predict when death comes oh how we act when it's when it does take a loved one
     
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