I don’t remember her. I don’t know her story. Nobody around me is able to tell me her story, and this is just something I may have to cope with, sooner or later.
All I have is just rapid flashbacks. And of course an all-too-detailed story of her sickness.
I’m so tired of just remembering her absence. I would like to know who she was, what she liked, which hopes she had.
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How old were you
when she died ?
Eight years old
Somebody very wise the other day gave me a third option:
“You could just let yourself remember her”.
If only he was wise enough to tell me how…
Nobody around you can tell you about her ?
I’m wondering wether hypnosis couldn’t help you with this. With letting your past come. I’ll try and get the information.
It makes me think how lucky our descendants are...
They have an opportunity to stumble on a blog of their ancestor which I suppose would be a real chest of treasure for them…
I hope you’ll also get lucky and find some people that knew your mother and could tell you things about her.
Thanks for sharing your experience
... and sorry for the late reply.
I’ve been pushing this goal way back in my brain, since I’m not making much progress.
I guess that forgetting her has helped me coping with her loss. I can’t just force that part of me to remember her. My life’s here and now, though, and it’s requiring me focusing forward.
And who knows, maybe new things will bring back something more about her, as it happened to your sister. That would be terrific…