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    My mother passed away in November of 2015 and even though I had friends who stuck with me I am still grieving. I would suggest talking to someone who went through a similar situation that will always listen to what you have to say because they've been through it too. It helps to have people that know how it feels because they're always open and know that sometimes you just need to rant or cry to get it all out. Support groups are very helpful.
  2. My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer 4 years ago. She passed away this past November and even though it's been absolutely horrible and the hardest thing I've ever dealt with, I'm glad she's no longer struggling or in pain. And I feel better now than I did at first. It just takes time.