My brother lost his battle to cancer last week. For the past year he basically was a human pin cushion. He went thru the bone marrow transplant and rejected. In a strange sense I am releived that he is out of his pain. He passed away on my moms birthday. My younger sister was murdered a year ago and the guy that did it still walks free. My older sister commited suicide 23 years ago. My heart breaks for our Mom. I am the only one left. My Mom wants to take it out on me and I am avoiding her. I know its not right, but its the only way that I can cope. I can't handle her screaming at me. I wish I could change things, but I can't. In a sense I am angry at my siblings, because they left me with this mess. I'm trying to figure out how to move on. I have many wonderful friends that have helped me. But yet my Mom will run them into the ground. I wish I could wake up from this bad dream.View Thread
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