Ask a teen who found his mother dead this morning anything.
Yeah. She put all her dog's ashes in there, and when my dad went, half of his ashes went in there too. Once the autopsy is done and she's cremated, we're mixing their ashes and we're put them in there together.
Not really, it was just a hinderance. It was turning into cancer too so she didn't have much longer anyway
Yeah I'll have time to grieve over the summer.
The lake has meaning to us. We went there all the time as a family and my mother and father both loved it. It's turning into a family tradition because that's where my dogs go and that's where I wanna go once I croak.
I don't know if you're serious or not since this is /b/ OP, but last year my younger brother who was only 10 died over night. I still get upset about it to this day and wish he was here. All I have to tell you is to not try to hold back any feelings you have, don't blame yourself for what happened, and never forget your mother, she is only alive in your memory now. Don't do shit that would make her upset and don't put your life on halt because of what happened. Good luck anon.
It's pretty fucked to lie about walking in and finding your mother dead, but since I don't have any proof I understand not believing me. Sorry for your loss man. I'm pretty sure losing my only brother would put me over the edge now.
This actually made me laugh. Waiting for my mom to die from pulmonary fibrosis anyday now, can't imagine how you're strong enough to stay alive. All I got is her, no other family or friends. It's going to be rough.
Was adopted by grandma since my mom was a druggie. I call my grandma, who was the one to pass, mom.
I don't know where else to go? Skipped school, so can't go to friends. My family is as distraught as I am, so I can't talk to them. My brother is too young to hold an intelligent conversation.
>having faith that OP is telling the truth
>being this naive
if you're telling the truth i'd have no problem apologizing. you must understand my skepticism. til then
Mother died 3 years ago. Was at her death bed. I felt nothing as she took her last breath. Only about 6 months later did it really hit me that she was actually dead and then I cried.