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A Motherless Mother’s Day

By Kim Ureno

My mother died when I was 29. She wasn’t sick, and while it was sudden it also wasn’t a huge surprise that she died. She just never woke up one day.

Saying goodbye to my mom was hard, but I had already said goodbye to her multiple times in my life. 

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Kim Ureno is a Health Educator at Jewish Community Services.

Jewish Community Services (JCS) is dedicated to providing programs and services that help people of all ages and backgrounds achieve their goals and enhance their wellbeing. To learn more, visit jcsbalt.org or call 410-466-9200.

The Mental Well, an initiative of JCS, is an online community for young adults, created by young adults, who are navigating the highs and lows that accompany their 20s and 30s. To learn more, visit thementalwellblog.org or email thementalwell@jcsbaltimore.org.

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