- Brenda was 10 years old when her mother passed away.
- Her brother, who was only 4 years old at the time, says he wished he could remember her
- Social media users shared similar stories about losing a parent
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Brenda Tafara’s mother passed away 16 years ago when she was only 10 years old. Losing a parent was difficult for Brenda, but she still has beautiful memories of the time she spent with her mom.
Brenda says her heart broke because her brother was only a baby at the time and too young to remember their mother. Brenda wrote on Twitter that her brother was only four years old when their mother passed away.
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The other day, her brother sent her a message saying that he wished that he could remember his mom.
All he has to remember and know what his mom was like is old photographs and stories that her family and friends affectionately share. He added that she seemed like a warm person.
Social media users sympathised with Brenda and her brother, understanding that it is never easy to lose a parent.
Many users shared their own stories in the hope of showing support and love to Brenda, her brother, and her family.
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Nxonono shared her painful story about the loss of her mother who passed away when she was only 17 years old.
She says that her younger sister was 11, but the last born in the family was only four days old. Nxonono writes that she wished the little one could remember her mom too. Nxonono always tries to remind her siblings about what their mother was like.
Another user added that she is in the same position as Brenda’s little brother and that sometimes, she can’t tell if she has memories of her mother or if it is just thoughts that she wishes would be real.
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Source: Briefly News