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How to move on from being hurt as shown by Sharon Dacera

Looks like someone has some explaining to do, as a grieving mother seems to actually not be grieving over the death of her daughter.

When a parent deals with the death of a child, the grief is usually immeasurable. The level of grief you display doesn’t really change, especially with one as highly publicized as the death of 23-year-old flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera.

Sharon Dacera, the mother of Christine, may have forgotten about that during a recent press conference.

A viral clip has spread across social media wherein the elder Dacera can be seen bawling after delivering a statement—only to cut the waterworks immediately after.

Netizens poked fun at how quickly the supposed grieving mother recovered from her outburst—from crying her eyes out to calm, cool, collected, and ready to answer questions from the press.

Between memes and unapologetic reactions to her switching gears, netizens couldn’t get enough of the transition from outburst to calm.

Some have even compared her to another grieving mother who went through a similar ordeal: Thelma Chiong.

Chiong is the mother of Marijoy and Jaqueline Chiong, who suffered a similar fate to Christine. Thelma, however, made headlines back in the day for supposedly laughing when asked about her daughters.

Others have also pointed out how Dacera seems to be leaning towards the administration, placing particular trust in President Rodrigo Duterte.

Her “Eh ‘di wow, wow, wow!” reaction to the Makati Prosecutor’s office asking for the release of the suspects has since been immortalized alongside an image of her from the same interview.

Netizens have, of course, pieced together a theory as to why she said this.

Some have even taken it a step further, alleging she might be in it to try and secure a death benefit.

There were those who would come to the defense of the grieving mother as Christine’s death is fairly recent, as well as highly publicized.

While Sharon’s reactions might be questionable, no one can definitively say if she is part of a larger conspiracy.

It’s the same with the death of Christine—no one can definitively say what happened to her until investigators complete their task.

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