(Closed) NWR Super emotional….vent

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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1032 posts
Bumble bee

Oh hon… I am so so so sorry! I wish I could give you a hug right now or let you know that you can call me, even though I am a stranger in the middle of the night to vent, to give you an ear to talk to. I, too, am 25 years old. I cannot fathom the pain you are going through.

I can tell you that you have EVERY right to feel the way you do. You have no reason to feel like you are “emo”, but you have every right to feel emotional, and sad. Thank goodness you have the support you do, that is wonderful, but you have every right to let it out! That’s what we are here for! Sometimes it is easier to talk to a stranger than those closest to you.

Your mom is still there! She is singing to you today! And you can still tell her you love her! I am so sorry for your loss and your pain (((((HUGS))))) And Happy Birthday.

Post # 5
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1032 posts
Bumble bee

You are so welcome, I just wish I could do more. Of course you miss her, how could you not. At least you KNOW the sun will shine, while that doesn’t seem like a lot, that is a wonderful thing, it shows how optimistic and strong you are! Your Fiance is lucky to have such a balanced and smart girl, you are a rare gem.

Post # 7
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5822 posts
Bee Keeper

Oh I just had my birthday, this really made me tear up!  I’m so sorry you’re having a hard time, and I know I would feel the exact same way.  I wish I had anything to say that would make it hurt less, but I know that’s not possible.  I will say that of course we are always here when you need to vent to cyberspace, and I hope that being with your family and maybe looking back on some special memories will help you cope with such a tragic loss.  My prayers are with you!

Post # 8
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1032 posts
Bumble bee

Oh thank you! I am so glad to have made you feel a little better πŸ™‚

Post # 9
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80 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I am so, so sorry for you.  I can imagine how rough that would be.  I cannot fathom how much it would hurt to lose my mom through her passing.  In some ways, I can empathize because I technically have lost my mom (at age 25) but by her choice . . . and so now, I don’t even know if she will be at my wedding.  She never even acknowledged my engagement these past 6 months.  And she was never approving of me having a serious boyfriend that I intended to marry, or approving of me making my own choices as a healthy, independent adult.  It has hurt.  And I miss her terribly!!

It’s a different situation, I realize.  But I just wanted to somehow share that I know a little corner of that pain you’re feeling . . . and you can come out on the other side brighter, stronger, and happier than ever before! I know you can.  And I wish you the best birthday yet!  Hang in there, smile for all the love you did share with your mom and smile because she would certainly want you to be happy!

Post # 10
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109 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

OMG, I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. I lost mine 6 years ago and it will always be a source of a tear or two. I know it is so cliche, but time does heal all wounds and eventually it won’t bring you to this place you are in right now. You are very blessed to have a wonderful support system and I commend you for recognizing you aren’t in this alone and reaching out. If there is ever anything, please message me if you like.

P.S. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Post # 11
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1518 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Im so sorry. My grandmother died in july and after that experience – my feelings and seeing what my mom went thru- i can’t image how horrible it would be to loose my own mother. Sometimes you just need to grieve and let time heal things. Its understandable that you feel this way on a special occasion that you would have shared with her. But it is also good that you have such great family and friends to be there with you. One thing that has helped my mom is remembering that she is in a better place and that she would not want you to be sad and upset all the time- she loves you and wants to to be happy! Take your time to grieve when you feel down .. sometimes all that can make things better is time and adjusting. 

Post # 12
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1331 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

Happy Birthday, and hugs to you!

My mom passed away a few weeks after I turned 22, and I was 6 mos. pregnant with my first child.  It’s so hard, and I understand your pain and heartache.  Some days are ok, others are horrible.  It’s been almost 13 years, but I still miss my momma so much.  It’s awful because my SO lost his mom several years ago, too, and he was very close to her.  Both our moms passed away from breast cancer, so we have a lot of feelings and emotions in common.   All I can say is that you’re not alone, and you’re very lucky to have wonderful family and friends to lean on for support.  *More Hugs*

Post # 14
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196 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I am sorry for your loss and I know what you’re going through. I lost my dad 12 years ago, and every birthday, every special event, high school graduation, college graduation, getting engaged… is so tough without him. I do have a good support system. My stepfather has been wonderful, and now I have my FH’s parents to help with the wedding, but I was always a daddy’s girl, and I would give anything for him to be here and be a part of this part of my life.

I have good days and bad days, but you do have to know that your mom is there with you all the way.

 

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