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worriedgirl
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   Posted 2/8/2010 1:38 PM (GMT -6)   
oh god i was doing fine and not harping on my moms death and someone(a bill collector i think) called for her. i told her she passed away and she said oh my im sorry ill note the account and to please excuse the call. is it normal to feel sadness after a call like that. it was like a stab in the heart.
The only person who can make you happy is you. Be your own self and love who you are because each and every one of you are wonderful for who you are


hep93
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   Posted 2/8/2010 1:58 PM (GMT -6)   

WG, that's entirely normal.  It will happen once in awhile, when you least expect it, and it brings the reality into sharp focus again.  It's okay, sweetie.  Just part of the grieving process.

Big hugs,

Connie


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Pink Grandma
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   Posted 2/8/2010 8:26 PM (GMT -6)   
A BIG HUG to you WG. When you least expect it.......sometimes for no reason at all it will happen. But with time.........they will get further and further apart and not hurt so much. Have you thought about going to a bereavement group or counseling? I went to a group put on by the hospice who were involved in my husband's care. Best thing that I could have done for myself. I thought I was going nuts.........found out .....it was all normal and part of the grieving process.

Lot's of thoughts and prayers..........
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