Loosing our daughter

Hello I came across here and I have a lot of questions and do t know who to turn to!
I just lost my daughter on March 15,2022. And I can’t cry… as much as I feel like screaming and punching the wall, I can’t cry!!! I don’t know what is going on with me…


Hello Daisie,
I’m so sorry for your loss. My daughter passed on 9th March.
There is no right way to grieve, we are all different. Feel what you feel, do what you have to do, and come here to find friends, who are in the same horrendous unlooked for situation of having lost a precious child, whatever their age.
Sending you love
Ann xx


Grieve is an emotion we have no control over. Although I will openly admit I’m completely in denial that it’s even happened. I convince myself my daughter is out having fun with friends, I have to do that to be able to function and be a mum to my other children. Some people may say this is wrong, but who is anyone else to tell us how to grieve for our children :broken_heart::purple_heart::butterfly::blue_heart:


Grief *** :heart:

Hi Daisie, I am so so sorry for your loss. I lost my son on October 2nd 2022,. In the beginning I barely cried at all went to work and did my normal things. My sister even said you are handling this pretty well. That went on for 4 months. And then something triggered my grief and from that point I I’ve been crying everyday.

You say you feel like screaming and punching the wall and that’s okay you might not be in the crying stage yet you might be dealing with anger. I really haven’t experienced anger and sometimes I wonder why maybe I’m not there yet. You will have so many different emotions and I am glad to see you here there are so many nice, kind, and helpful people on this site. Much love to you💗


Thank you.

Hello Daisie,

I’m so sorry for your loss. I lost my daughter Laura 41 weeks ago. It’s the hardest time ever. Just when you think you are coping something creeps in and your all over the place again. I take one day at a time and know that my life will never be the same again. This online community is brilliant as you are never alone so much understanding and support. As someone has said there is no right or wrong way to grieve….only your way. Definitely no timeline. But remember to look after yourself as we always seem to worry about others….but then that’s the mum in us. Take care :sunflower:

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