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Mother's Day is a typically a happy day of celebration. But for those who have lost their mom, the second Sunday in May can be somewhat difficult. In this world no one is prepared in losing someone they love, especially when it is your mom. A connection between mother and child is exceptional. For a girl, they are that support that is so crucial during those teenage years. For boys, they are a female presence that guide and teaches respect and love. Mothers provide a shoulder to cry on and are a never ending wealth of advice. A mother’s love is genuine and losing someone like that is never easy.

What is Mother's Day?

The first Mother's day was celebrated in 1908 when a woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial service for her mother at a Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia name St Andrew. Her mom passed away in 1905 and she had started a campaign to recognise Mother’s Day as a holiday in the US. Her request denied initally but in 1911 US started to celebrated Mother's day to show gratitude to their Mothers.

Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation to honour mothers, choosing every second Sunday of May as a national holiday.

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