I loss my mum very suddenly two week ago and i feel so lonely i have friends i xan talk to but uts noty mum
I can see that you’re new to the community, so I wanted to say that I am so sorry for the loss of your mum that brings you here.
I’m sure someone will be along to offer their support, but I wanted to share a few Sue Ryder resources with you that may help right now.
Our Grief Guide self-help platform which has information, resources and advice to help you through your grief
Our Grief Coach text service, which sends you personalised text support via SMS
Our free Online Bereavement Counselling which is held via video chat
Our Bereavement Information pages which can walk you through what you are going through
Thank you again for sharing – please keep reaching out and know that you are not alone.
I have just recently lost my mum too, she passed away on 6th august quite suddenly so it was a total shock. She was ill with cancer and she was going downhill but the circumstances to which she passed away were unexpected. I am here for you to talk to if you need a friend x
Hi iam finding it so lonely with out her we would have talk about 10 times a day through facebook now i miss do much abd iam finding it so hard
Keep posting Karen.This site is a lifesaver. Lovely people on here who understand.Dont suffer on your own. It’s sheer hell going through this grief so we are here for you ok
Write whatever you want.Talk about your mum. Write whatever you want
Thinking of you
I feel so losted and alone i just want to hug her and hear her voice again
Iam scared to let go because if i do i wount stop every its just so hard to know how to feel or think or anything at the min its all so raw
I know. Its so hard to go through all this. I cried and cried constantly in the beginning and still cry every day now after 10 mths.
You just have to try to get through each day and get stronger.
Thinking of you
I lost my Dad last year and I am really struggling.
He was my best friend.
I lost my Mum 16 years ago and he was my rock. Now my Dad has gone I can’t stand on my own two feet.
I have a very understanding husband. But he is struggling to know what to do he says.
Told him just listening helps.
But I am struggling to cope
So sorry that you’re struggling, losing a parent who’s a best friend is utterly heartbreaking and can feel like your whole foundation is gone (or indeed like we can’t stand on our own two feet) have you tried any counselling or spoken to your gp?
There’s plenty of advice on the forum from lovely people.I’ve found reading on here really helpful.
Just know we’re all here for each other x
I spoke to my GP and they said they didnt do grief couselling anymore and referred me to cruse. I put my name down but when they finally came back they said I wasnt in their catchment and said I needed to ring another number. I rang them and they said the waiting list was full. I tried a work couselling service. It was a one off of 20mins. I had to ring again and explain the situation again to someone else if I rang back.
Just gave up after that, feeling really low. I stumbled across this website while looking for charities to take my Dad’s belongings to. I couldnt believe it. There were other people just like me. Feeling the same. Thank you for replying sun and for your kind words. I felt desperate earlier and your reply has really helped.
You can apply to get counselling on here…
I’m glad just having a reply helped…cause sometimes thats what we need, to feel heard and seen. X