Hi. Some of you may know me from my various stupid questions and questionable musings around here, as well as most of the rest of TB. All good times. But this is more serious. Please indulge me. My Mom died a little over a week ago. She had been in poor health for years, with numerous ailments and conditions, and had been living with my family and me. She had been going through home hospice care for the last couple years, and that seemed to be helping her greatly. Recently, she had a major downturn, and went to the hospice facility where had stayed before. Talked to her in the morning, she said she was tired and going to take a nap. The next day she was unresponsive, and remained so for the next week, until she died. I keep telling myself that she's better off and her suffering is done, and I am positive that this is true. But, we have been dealing with her things, and there are many memories there. Some days are better than others, and the bad days can be pretty bad. I know in my heart that this is better for her, after many years of constant pain, but, still, I miss my Mom. One of my guitarists lost his mom last year, and he has been some help. And family has been very supportive. But, again, there are good days and bad. Anyone have any advice to get through this that might help? Sorry for the lengthy post, but this seems like a pretty good group, and I thought someone here might have some help to offer. Thanks for reading. Be well.