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  1. Hi :-) I'm 22 and when I was 14, I lost my Mum to cancer. I have no siblings, I haven't seen my Father since I was 9 and I live with my Nan. Though my situation is different to all of yours, most of us here have lost someone we love and care about. Recently, I've been searching online for a forum or something where teenagers and young adults can discuss with others their age or a bit older, about growing up with out parents or other important figures in our lives. There are many milestones in life where they won't be there for us, and I would also like to see if any of you share similar thoughts about different things. Lets see if we can get this topic going. If you've got any anxieties or you feel what you're thinking might not be normal, this is the topic you can come to to vent those, and maybe you'll find someone in a similar situation, or that they can make you feel a bit better about it. Nice to meet you all, stay strong! Amy.