Phillip1985

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About Phillip1985

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Loss Type
    Lost Mother
  • Angel Date
    June 14th, 2017
  1. My deepest condolences to both of you. I lost my mom four weeks ago. I'm not sure if this is only true of me, but my brain hasn't fully accepted the fact that my mom has died. In that small time slot between being fully asleep and fully awake, my brain thinks that my mom is still alive. This happens for a couple of seconds then I'm fully asleep. This may sound odd, but I look forward every night for those two precious seconds. May sound like ramblings, but it does happen to me. May our pains be covered by wonderful memories in due time.
  2. I'm sorry for your loss. Like you, I'm still trying to wrap my brain around the fact that my mom is gone. It pains me just to write that sentence. I can't offer much that will lessen your grief other than you're not alone. I've read most of the posts here and it does give me a sense of community. Knowing that what I'm going through is normal. Night time is hardest for me, when I'm alone with my thoughts. Do take care of yourself.
  3. I know I'll always miss my mom. I believe that I'll see her someday in heaven. Until that time, I'll have to turn my grief into something productive.
  4. It is comforting to know that other people experience the same peace I feel when I talk out load to my mom and visit her grave. I use the same tone in my voice as if she is still alive. The way I relate my day to her and tell her I love her. Thanks for posting.
  5. Visited my mom's grave today. I cried on my way there, but was at peace once I reached her grave. Told her how my day went. This may only be true of me, but talking out loud to my mom gave me comfort. I'll visit again tomorrow to put a flag on her grave site. And yes, tell her again how my day is going so far. May all of those grieving find peace in due time.
  6. Visited my mom's grave today. I cried on my way there, but was at peace once I reached her grave. Told her how my day went. This may only be true of me, but talking out loud to my mom gave me comfort. I'll visit again tomorrow to put a flag on her grave site. And yes, tell her again how my day is going so far.
  7. Thank you.
  8. Sorry for you loss. I can relate, my mom passed away two weeks ago. I'm still in shock. Nights are difficult. I wake up in the middle of the night not knowing what to do. I don't think my brain has fully comprehend the fact that my mom is gone. I'm lost. I know I'll always miss my mom, I just hope that someday, I can look back and enjoy all the wonderful memories we shared. I Love You Mom!!!
  9. Thank you for the all encouraging words and prayers.
  10. I'm sorry for your loss. I don't have much to offer other than I know what you are going through. I lost my mom two weeks ago. Writing that sentence even hurts. Nights are tough. I wake up in the middle of the night not knowing what to do, other than not go back to sleep.