How can I move on to the death of my mother?

It’s been a month since the death of my mother, and still, I am grieving. My heart broke thinking that she was no longer here with us.
I miss her so badly. :sob: :sob: I’ve been dreaming about her all night.
Mom wherever you are right now, I miss you! :sob: :sob: I miss your voice every time I called you :sob: :sob:
Why did you leave us so early Mom? I am not ready yet, I told you before that I don’t you to die so early because we had a lot of things to do together like having a vacation together with our family, going to the salon, and shopping together. All these things Mom, I can’t do it anymore. :sob: :sob: :sob:


Sending hugs and love! :heart: Condolences to your family @Donald_Shafer

Allow yourself to grieve. It’s important to give yourself permission to feel your emotions and to acknowledge your pain. Don’t try to push your feelings aside or pretend that everything is okay. Take time to cry, journal, talk to friends or family members, or seek professional help if needed.

Thank you so much for all your word of wisdom

Thank you everyone! For the sympathy!

Be patient with yourself. Healing takes time, and everyone grieves at their own pace. Be patient with yourself as you go through the process. There is no timeline for grief, and it’s okay to take as much time as you need.

Condolence and keep praying to God, I know when the is right, everything will be alright.

.I know it’s hard to accept especially it’s our mother but despite all the pain that we felt right now we should celebrate your mother’s life. Instead of focusing on the loss, try to celebrate your mother’s life and the time you had with her. Talk to friends and family members about your favorite memories, create a scrapbook or photo album, or start a tradition in her honor

I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Coping with the death of a loved one can be a difficult and painful process.
Remember that grief is a process and it takes time. Be patient with yourself and allow yourself to move through the stages of grief at your own pace. With time and support, it is possible to find healing and move forward in life.

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Losing a loved one, especially a parent, can be incredibly difficult and painful. It is normal to experience a wide range of emotions such as sadness, anger, guilt, and even numbness. Moving on after the death of a loved one is a process that takes time, and everyone experiences it differently.

Remember that there is no “right” way to grieve and everyone’s process is different. Give yourself time and be kind to yourself as you navigate through this difficult time.

Take care of yourself. It can be easy to neglect your own needs when you are grieving, but it is important to take care of yourself physically and emotionally. Make sure you are eating well, getting enough rest, and engaging in activities that bring you joy.

Give yourself time and be patient with yourself as you work through your feelings of loss and sadness.