Losing your mother can be hard, but coping with her death and learning how to endure it can make it easier.
Your Mother: Best Friend, Teacher, Playmate
Your mother is your first friend and playmate. She’s the one who rocked you as a baby, patched you up as a clumsy kid, and eased your heartaches as a teen. She helped you plan your wedding and coached you on the ins and outs of being a first-time mother.
For anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one, a mom, a dad, a grandparent, a sibling, you know how painful it can be to lose that person and to have to deal with life after their passing.
When a loved one passes away, it changes your whole life and flips it upside down. My mom has been gone for almost six years now and I still miss her as much as I did the first day after her death. This article is for anyone who has been grieving over the loss of a mother or a loved one.
The following is based on my experience. Your experience might be completely different, but I’ll bet most of you can find some similarities between my experience and yours.
Coping With Grief
• Allow Yourself to Feel What You Feel
• Don’t Put a Time Limit on Your Grief
• Remember Your Mom
• Allow Yourself to Have Bad Days
• Find Your Peace
• Smile and Live Your Life