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Old 09-24-2008, 06:14 AM
 
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I can only offer a to you Papschmitty....your situation with 'that woman' and your Dad sounds just awful...she sounds like a piece of work.
My Dad is getting round to the idea of meeting someone new but claims that he wants a platonic friendship. I think this'll be hard to find. He is so used to female company (2 daughters and Wife, no Sons) and misses that.
His drinking is really affecting his relationship with my Sister though and I feel bad for her. We've both tried talking to him - me diplomatically, her more confrontationally and have realised he's not going to change.
My Mum kept him in line so to speak...she'd be so mad at his behaviour regarding drink but would probably defend him too which is kind of what I do.
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i just need one of those lately

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to all Thanks K and mamasgroovin. Not too active here, either. I have been regularly having dreams with my mom in them, in most of them lately she's alive and well, not even close to being ill like she was towards the end. Which is nice, although kind of sad to wake up and realize it was only a dream.

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It's been awhile since I've posted here in the MWM thread. My dd and I moved out of my parents home, it's being sold. We found a nice place to live. We're happy here.

Today my Dad is getting married, and it's weird, but okay. I'm strangely numb about the whole event. His new wife is not my biggest fan and my relationship with my Dad has changed so much since they got together. I imagine it will change even more after today.

I don't have much more to say about that. I just I didn't have anywhere else to share those feelings, so I came here.

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Thanks so much for the hugs.

The wedding went well. I had more emotions (a few silent tears) during the wedding than I thought I would, but held it together very well.

Don't get me wrong, I am very happy for my Dad. He found a woman who really cares about him. I just wish she didn't dislike me so much. It's all going to be fine, I just need to get used to it all.

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(((hugs))) Janna. Sounds rough.

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*love for all of you*

Wanted to introduce myself...

I'm not a momma yet, just 23 weeks into my pregnancy. However, I lost MY momma at age 11 and the Dad to some woman shortly after. I notice the older I get, the more I miss my mom and need her around!
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Glittery, I am so sorry about your losses. And I agree that getting older in many ways makes me want my mom more, especially having kids. I am a bit jealous of people who still have their parents, and sometimes it gets in the way of our friendship. I can't sympathise when they complain that their parents give their kids too many gifts, for example.

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I can't sympathise when they complain that their parents give their kids too many gifts, for example.
Seriously .. I know what you mean. Even when they complain about difficult things too... like mom being too overbearing or nosy or stepping on their toes ... or whatever ... I mean I would love to be dealing with those issues

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Seriously .. I know what you mean. Even when they complain about difficult things too... like mom being too overbearing or nosy or stepping on their toes ... or whatever ... I mean I would love to be dealing with those issues
Yeah, I sort of want to say "talk to the hand" or something. I mean, do they really think that their complaining about their parents doesn't bother me? Kind of like when people complain about how they get pregnant too easily when they know that I have had so many struggles.

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Yeah, I sort of want to say "talk to the hand" or something. I mean, do they really think that their complaining about their parents doesn't bother me? Kind of like when people complain about how they get pregnant too easily when they know that I have had so many struggles.
I know, even on this board in some of the parenting threads people complain about things with their parents - especially now around the holidays ... i have trouble holding my tongue sometimes

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Welcome Glittery. I'm sorry for your losses.

I'm also pg and due in January. Last Christmas was my first Christmas without my mom but it seems even harder this year. I'm guessing it's because I'm about to have a baby without her.

It's hard to hear people complain about their parents. I'm just as guilty though. My dad has gone off the deep end since my mom died so I'm complaining about him to my sister and DH all the time. I'm trying to salvage some tiny thread of our relationship but it's so hard. He's making all sorts of horrible decisions and has decided to sacrifice all that used to be near and dear to him for a very disgusting new woman. Believe me, I have TONS of complaints. I forget, sometimes, that I could lose what I have left with him as quickly as I lost my mom. I don't think it would be as hard but it would definitely still stuck.

I try to be patient with people who complain about their parents. We're all in different places and have very different connections to our families. It is really hard sometimes though!
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I try to be patient with people who complain about their parents. We're all in different places and have very different connections to our families. It is really hard sometimes though!
Good reminder thanks

i found a story i wrote about my mom shortly after she died this morning in my purse - i posted it here in the grief section - wow what an experience - i am glad i wrote it down, i forgot a lot about what all happened

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I try to be patient with people who complain about their parents. We're all in different places and have very different connections to our families. It is really hard sometimes though!
Thanks for saying this papschmitty...I wanted to say the same thing. One thing I really don't want is for people to walk on eggshells around me. Losing my mother was the most horrible thing to happen in my life, but I do remember a time when she annoyed the crap out of me! There were times where I really wanted (and perhaps needed?) to bitch about her. Now I realize that it was all very petty, but at the time it was just part of our existence. A lot of people don't know we have lost our mothers or can not even fathom how it would impact their lives. People are not being malicious or insensitive when they make such comments, just living in that moment.

I am going into this holiday season with great cheer this year. Christmas was my mom's favorite holiday...she really got into it. She is a beautiful soul, and I am grateful that I have Christmas to think about her. At least I feel this way now, so that is what I am going with. I know the one thing my mom always strove for was my happiness. So I am going to start there.

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Also I wanted to add that you cannot make yourself be happy if you are not ready for that, I didn't want anyone to think I am saying be happy or else! That is sooooooooo not where I am going.

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I guess that's true, I don't want people to walk on eggshells, but still, it seems to me that they would at least ask how it is for me? Nobody ever says, "is it hard for you to hear this?" or even ask at all how it is to not have parents. Maybe it's the taboo around death or something. People stopped a long time ago asking if the holidays were hard without my parents. They just assume you move on after a few months or so...

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I totally get that. It is taboo. I think people in general try to stay away from emotional wrecking situations, therefore they don't ask. And I can't really blame them you never know how one is going to react. I remember once when I moved back to the small town where my mom lived I ran into a friend's mother and she asked me how my mom was. This was a REALLY small town...everyone knows everything. Well, I was pretty shocked and looked coldly at her and simply said, "Dead."

And then there were times I wanted people to say, how are you without your mom this year? And when people did ask me how I was doing I'd feel like saying, "Duh...I'm a wreck. My mom is dead, do you even need to ask?" Of course I would respond politely, most of the time.

I was never happy because I didn't want to be happy. Or maybe I just wasn't ready. The grass is always greener on the other side, right? Healing takes a long time.


So on a side note, I was putting my daughter to bed last night and she is kind of like a connection for me to my mom even though they have never met (she's almost 4 : and mom died 15 years ago) and I often get emotional after visiting this tribe. So I gave Carrie an squeeze but she was already fast asleep. She did move a bit so I quietly whisper with a chuckle, "I'm sorry, I didn't mean to cramp your style." And she sat up in a TOTALLY daze and said, "It's OK, mama," and was out like a light again. Weird!!!

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I'm so glad you have this group... I just read a bunch of your posts and am so sad for all of you, particularly those with recent losses. I lost my mom about 3-1/2 years ago when I was 32 and she was only 48. She had a quick battle with an aggressive cancer and died only 5-1/2 weeks after diagnosis. I have felt pretty good about how I've coped over time, feeling like I have been able to continue some kind of connection with her that has been very reassuring. But now that I am pregnant for the first time, it is very hard to think about how she will miss everything, how I can't talk to her about all the related issues. My younger sister has two children, who were about 4 and 1 when our mom died, so she had a very close "mother-to-mother" relationship with my mom. Now I am beginning to understand all the value of that relationship and am mourning the absence of that relationship. Fortunately, I have a terrific mother-in-law, but it will never be the same.

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Welcome MominTN. I'm so sorry for your loss. Congratulations on your pg! I'm pg too, due in January and not having my mom around has been really hard on me. I had to warn the midwife and doula that I might be a blubbering, sobbing mess during and after my labor and delivery. I'm glad you have a great MIL, but believe me, I understand that it's just not the same.
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I thought I would introduce myself into this thread even though I'll probably lurk for a while so I can go back and read it all. I am 32 and a mother of 5m and I lost my mother to breast cancer the day after I turned 14. She'd been sick for 5 or 6 years by then trying to fight it.

I'm finding as I grow older and as I've had my children, I keep going through these periods where I miss her like crazy. I keep thinking I'm weird to have these bouts of fresh grief so many years later, but I guess it's more common than I thought.

So hugs to everyone, and I'll be around reading things here to see what sorts of things have been discussed.

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Thanks for joining us prairiebird. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Last week, my mom's mom passed away. She's had Alzheimer's for almost 10 years now so it wasn't particularly unexpected but losing her so soon after losing my own mom has been rough. My grandma was an amazing woman, just like my mom. I just happened to be visiting her the day before she died. She was in a long term care facility a few hours away so I never get there as often as I like. She had taken a turn for the worst but seemed to be doing better the day I saw her. She died the following day. I know she and my mom are having a grand old time in heaven together, but it's so hard losing some of the most influential women of my lifetime. The memorial service is next Monday. My grandpa wants all the family to have some time together in the days leading up to it (we're a huge family and really close) so DH, DD, and I are headed over there this Saturday. This will be the first time that everyone has been together since my mom died. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again but I know it's going to be really, really hard. To complicate things, I'll be 37 weeks pregnant then and I hear it's supposed to snow! I'm praying that I don't go into labor early while I'm out of town. I wouldn't miss this for the world though...
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My mom died when I was 12 from non hodgkins lymphoma. It was brutal to watch her die and I still can't even type that without crying. My 31st bday was last week. I miss her so much still. I can't believe how much it still hurts, and how hard I work to not think about it. I would give anything for her to see my babies, to meet my husband, to see the life I have and the people I love. I grew up without her, after she died I bounced around to different placements and ended up w/my biofather, who didn't want me then anymore than he did when I was born. He's a nutcase anyways, I actually have legal guardianship of him now.

I hate having to learn how to be a mother without remembering my own.

I hate the ache that is always there in the back of my soul.

I hate the feeling I have of dread wondering if I will live to see my own children grow up. My mom was 31 when she had me, I just turned 31 so it's this weird. I was in therapy for a long time, my therp said once I pass the age she was when she died (43) I'll relax more.

We shall see.

Thanks for this thread. I've always felt alone in this situation, seeing other mamas going through it really helps.

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to you, Bellevuemama and Prairiebird. I can't imagine what it would be like to lose your mom at 12. It was hard enough at 30! I do identify with the whole wanting your mom to meet your kids -- mine didn't get a chance to meet ds.

I was just reading an article about family traditions, and realizing how different ours is, with no close relatives near and only one, flakey grandparent left. DS will probably receive no gifts or cards from MIL, as usual. We have to be both parents and grandparents for him, which I don't like. Sigh.

s to everyone. The holidays can be hard when you have lost your moms.

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I am so happy to have found all of you (well, ok- that sounds wrong. I hope you know what I mean!). I lost my mom 9 years ago. She had a lot of mental health issues, got drunk, hit her head and died from the concussion.

The holidays are very hard in that they were her favorite and (usually) most sober times. And trying to parent without her is VERY hard. My dad remembers almost nothing, my step-mom is nice but not a lot of help and my MIL is WAY different and doesn't understand "our ways".

It's been so hard as I meet other moms and on some of my other groups because they don't understand why it's so hard. They think that it's been so long or that since I'm a mom now I should be ok. They don't get how when I say that it's important for me to do something or that it's in honor of or from my mom just how important it is.

Sorry if this doesn't make any sense. I'm not used to getting to talk about it.

I'll try to go back and read all the other posts too. But big hugs to all who have become mom-less. (and if you haven't- I really suggest you read "Motherless Daughter's" when you are ready. It helped me a lot!)
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prairiebird - were you in the July dd club? If so, I think I remember you. I didn't realize our stories were so similar. I lost my mom just before I turned 10. I am mother to my first who is 5 months old.

I, too, go through certain periods of time when I miss her terribly, even though I hardly knew life with her. It seems cyclical. But there have been some surprising times when I feel she walks with me. During my pregnancy and labor, I felt like she was right there. Her 24th anniversary happened a month before I gave birth and I was shocked at how good I felt that day. We call her "Angel Grandma" (as my dad is married and it is important to me to differentiate her from Dad's wife and from dh's mom)

During my long labor, I kept thinking about how my mom had done this 4 times. I hung a photo of her at the hospital after her first baby on the wall in the baby's room where I labored. A friend of mine from a motherless daughters group I belong to suggested that and I'm so glad she did.

I would second the suggestion to pick up Motherless Daughters when you're ready. It took me almost 10 years from the time I got it to when I was ready to read it. Even better, I think, is Edelman's newer book Motherless Mothers. It was integral to the process I went through before deciding I wanted to be and was capable of being a mother.

Hrcreuzi - look at meetup.com They might have a motherless daughters or motherless mothers group you might be interested in joining. I have found my experience with a group so transforming.

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I could really use some advice, like I'm desperate to find anybody who has been in the situation I have found myself in.

Basically my Dad's new wife can't stand me. I have tried for two years (while they were dating) to bridge the gap, to get along, and it really got bad over Christmas.

If anybody could read my post in Personal Growth, and give any advice you have.

It's times like these when I miss my Mom the most. She always had my back, was always able to help me find my self worth in bad situations. I feel so broken right now. I haven't been this depressed in a long time. I feel so alone in this situation, and could use advice. Thanks.

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It's been awhile.. how's everyone doing?

Ther eis so much drama in my family life right now - i wish my mom was here to help deflect some of it (she was good at that)

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