The struggle

OwenClarke

I lost my mum to pancreatic cancer in August of this year and it has been difficult, the fact that she went from being a lively and bubbly 42 year old mother and in the span of 2 months her body had given up. Life has never been the same and I'm prepared to admit that it won't be. Mum was the glue of the family, she kept us all talking and happy but now she's not there we have bonded stronger. I feel likes it is weird but as a family we have bonded over her passing, we bonded to support each other. Even though at times we have our arguments, we are still closer than ever and it's still hard. I see pictures of her being healthy last year and I just get a shock picture in my brain of what the cancer did to her and I feel like it's real, in that moment I feel like I can touch her, I feel like I can hear her which makes it hard to be reminded that I can't...