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I’m a 44 year old man with a good home, family and friends, but I still cry sometimes when I’m alone because I miss the sound of my mother’s voice.

I’m a 44 year old man with a good home, family and friends, but I still cry sometimes when I’m alone because I miss the sound of my mother’s voice.

 
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My Mom is still alive but has dementia and alzheimers,i do miss her so much
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My mother died long ago. I still miss her like it was yesterday.Until I die I will still miss her.
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It's ok bro. Hang in there
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I hate the idea of my mom not being here.
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i know just how you feel man
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only someone who has lost their mother can ever understand how it feels. The two loser up from this post, were obviously unloved at children. I feel sorry for them.
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The worst is hearing a voice message from her and not being able to erase it. Holding onto strings unraveled :'(
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mamma love me
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me ma will never die. that's what I tell myself so I can keep it together.
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My mother has cancer. She's slowly slipping away. And, I am older than you all, (45). It kills me knowing that I'm losing her.I don't know what I'll do when she's gone.
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To the guy above, I?m the original poster. My mother also died from cancer. All I can tell you is when she is gone, she is gone so make the most of the time you have now. Spend as much time with her as you can and enjoy every moment with her. Surround her with as much joy and comfort as you can in her suffering and let her leave the world happy knowing how much you love her.
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I have an extensive audio collection of my late Dad and sister. My Mother and children going back to 1980. It is my treasure and when I listen to the CD's in stereothe video reappears.
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6 up. What the fuk is your problem? Who r u calling a loser? Every post here is a good one. Asshole
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i have a different twist for this. When I as 28 I moved 500 miles away for my job. During that time my mom lost her site and independence. When she had colon cancer at age 83 I retired and moved in with her because she would not move out of her house and in with my siblings. Before i moved in I had this idolized image of my mom who was really cool. After I moved in I discovered this dark, angry individual whose life had been sucked into the abyss by blindness. I knew she had been effected by it. I did not understand the significance until moving back home with her.
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Me too....Im 48.
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We're all going to die...just a fact. You can miss someone for a long time but don't let it all consume you. There's a great life out there. Do you think they'd want you to be miserable?
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I miss my Dad. He died 13 years ago this month. He was an awesome Dad that took us kids everywhere and died way too soon. He was a hard worker and the clean up that he had to do at the GM plant here in Detroit killed him. Him and his crew had to clean up asbestos when the plant was closing in the late 80's. Him and every other guy he worked with died one right after the other of lung cancer. One Dr told him that GM owed him big!But nobody could ever prove they got sick because of GM so nothing ever came of it. But we all know what happened! Within 10 years of that clean up, everyone that worked with his crew died. They weren't even issued masks! He worked 32 years for GM and all he got was a death sentence! All his stock is worth nothing because the idiots running GM went belly up. GM blew it big time...we will NEVER buy a GM car and we let everyone know how little they care about their workers!
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I hate to think of the day when either of my parents leave this world.
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6^, Thank you for speaking up.The poster to which you refer must be having a hard time. I have no idea why someone would write something like that! My post is the second one. I was much loved. I was the only girl in my family, and all my family made a big fuss over me my whole life.My mother took good care of me until I grew-up, then it was my time to take care of her.Taking care to do as she wanted right on through to the finish.I still love and miss her every day!
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i love you xo
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You are NOT alone...hang in there, you will see and hear her again one day.
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your all lucky to have a mother like that all I had was a womb to grow then nothing but hell after birth
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my mother has als and it a terrible thing for all involed she cant walk talk or breath on her own but she is still here.
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^^^^^^ let it out. God bless you.
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/hugs
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i dont know who the f*** u r my dude.. but i love u
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FUCKIN CRY BABY!
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I hear you - ignore the haters.
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My mom is the best thing in my life, I'd be lost without her. Hang in there, it's good u think about her alwAys, she knows it
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My mom died last week.
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