Letters to my mom in heaven

It was a beautiful summer night when my mother passed away. She had been sick for a long time, and although I had tried to prepare myself for the worst, I still wasn't ready for the overwhelming sense of loss that washed over me when I received the news.

At first, I tried to carry on with my life as best I could. I went to work, spent time with friends, and tried to keep busy. But no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't shake the feeling that something was missing. I felt hollow and empty, like a part of me had been torn away.

As the days turned into weeks, I found myself becoming more and more isolated. I didn't have the energy or desire to do the things I used to enjoy, and even my closest friends couldn't seem to reach me. I felt like no one understood the depth of my grief or the way it consumed my every thought and action.

It was in the depths of my despair that I started writing to my mother in heaven. At first, it was just a way to pass the time, but as I wrote more and more, I started to feel a sense of comfort and peace. It was as if my mother was still with me, listening and offering guidance and support.

Over time, my letters became a lifeline, a way to process my grief and find a sense of purpose in the midst of my pain. And as I wrote, I began to heal. I started to reconnect with the people and activities that brought me joy, and slowly but surely, I started to feel like myself again.

For anyone who has lost a mother and is struggling to cope, my story offers hope and inspiration. And for those who want to find solace in the written word, "Letters to My Mom in Heaven" offers a way to connect with the loved ones we have lost and find comfort in the memories we hold dear.

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Letters to my mom in heaven

Dear Mom,

I miss you every day. There isn't a single moment that goes by where I don't think of you and wish that you were here with me. I miss your smile, your laughter, and the way you always knew just what to say to make me feel better.

I miss our talks and the way you always listened to me, no matter what. I miss the way you hugged me and made everything feel right in the world. I miss the way you loved me, even when I was at my worst.

I know you're not physically here with me anymore, but I feel you with me in my heart and in my memories. Your love and guidance have stayed with me and continue to shape the person I am today.

I love you, Mom. I miss you so much, and I wish you were here to share all of the little moments and big milestones with me. But I am grateful for the time we had together, and I will always cherish the memories we made.

Forever yours,

Shalu Sharma

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