My mom has recently been diagnosed with cancer. They don’t know how bad yet, but it is a serious type. I can’t stop thinking that I still need my mom. I know it’s selfish, but my siblings have children and partners. It’s just me. I’m in my early thirties and I have friends and lovers and a good job, but I’ve never felt more alone.


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Sep 16, 2019 at 11:56am

Poor you with all the things one wished they could have.

I feel you

Sep 16, 2019 at 12:08pm

My Mom was my everything!!!!!
Never give up..
Check into Cannabis Oil Cures..
Love can do Amazing things too!!!!
My heart goes out to U:)

Wow, it’s all about you!

Sep 16, 2019 at 12:11pm

How bout stopping your pathetic self-pity and be there for your mom.

Why is it so hard for people.

Sep 16, 2019 at 5:51pm

To understand young people going through greif unknowingly relate the loss or impending loss to the value of what it would cost them. Be nicer try understanding, than maybe you can teach instead of impeach. Shsst. Disappointing.

You’ll really find out who your

Sep 16, 2019 at 9:24pm

Friends and family if you Mom gets worse. Think positive and be there for her as much as she was there for you but also make sure your siblings share in the care too. This all happened to me on my 30th, except both my mom & aunt passed one day a part. Humour helps too. Take care

So sorry

Sep 17, 2019 at 8:13am

I’m sorry that you’re going through that, and sorry that some people on here are such jerks. It’s very scary when someone you love is diagnosed with cancer. Remember that people do survive it though; more and more all the time. Just know that there’s still hope, and know that complete strangers such as me are sending you virtual hugs.

James H

Sep 17, 2019 at 9:18am

No matter what age, we love and need our Moms. i totally feel for you.
i just lost my Mom 3 years ago, her age 79. me 50, and i still miss her everyday. and it was devasting as we had just moved here for a new chapter in life.
she was such a kind, sweet simple loving soul.
ill never get over the timing and what we went thru. but im grateful for having her.
cherish the time with your Mom. do what you can for her to make her time fun (like going thru old photos play her fav music etc) .

also use the app in your phone to records some nice conversations so you can here her voice later. including some I Love You's

@James H

Sep 18, 2019 at 4:15pm

I recorded mine before she died. So glad I did. It gives you something to smile about.

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