I'm only 21, but my mother is no longer with me also. I understand how you feel. I don't know when you lost your mom, but I promise, it does get easier, most days. I won't lie and say that there aren't days when it is hard as hell, but I do know that no matter what age, you will always need your mom. If you find yourself there, wondering what she would say, ask someone who knew her. Your dad, or an aunt or uncle, or her best friend. It's not the same, but it does help. Lean on your friends when you need to. Ask to borrow their mom for a moment, if need be. I hope that you find a place to call home and find someone or a way to help you make it through this. Remember, that which does not kill you, only makes you stronger. I promise, it's true.
I am only 21 also, but lost my mom two years ago. I feel the exact same way often. Some days it is easier than others. I live with extended family now, but it feels so much different, like nowhere is home. Friend helps, but the most important thing to remember is even though she is gone, her unconditional love is always with you.
You're not alone... I'm now 28 but three years ago mum left us. When you go to pick up the phone, when you go to tell her you love her, do but one thing... look into the mirror and see her strength shining through! She's still alive in you and still showing the world her smile through yours. Stay strong;)
I lost my mom when I was fourteen, to this day I don't consider her dead. I see her in the blooming flowers, in the shining sun and hear her in every sweet symphony. For a long time My relationships with people have been superficial because I have feared losing them as I lost my mother. Recently I came to remembered that my mother was a soul full of life, fearlessness and soul, she lives in my and if she lives in me then I can live that same way too. I hope you find peace and I know you will find faith and company in all that your mother left in you and your surroundings.
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