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*I lost my Dad on 2-5-09 I found out the loss of a parent can be hard and confusing I lost my biological mother Helen on 9-21-08 and I mourned her death only because I knew her alittle but nothing like I have with my dad he lived right down the road I saw him all the time we always talked about everything* frown I know dad was suffering in pain h3. and I know he's no longer suffering but I miss him so much I haven't been back to the house yet I know momma misses him most The lady that gave me life is not the woman I call Momma I worry about her I know she's depressed mabey I'll take her to lunch if she'll go I feel so empty inside and don't know what to do
Susan



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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • Susan I’m so sorry for your loss. Even though logically we know that being free of pain is the kinder result, it still hurts those who are left behind. Each of us grieves in our own way. I pray that you and mom can each find the grieving process that fits you best and then share that with one another to ease the loneliness.



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      Vikki Hall wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • Hi Susan,

      I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words that truely comfort when one loses a parent. Especially if you were close.

      May you honor your father with memories of him. Talk and share stories of your life with him. It helps keep him close.



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      Deb Darby wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • My sympathies to you, Susan.



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      Linni wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • Hi Susan,

      i know your pain.. i lost my daddy 15 years ago, and it is hard.. however you can keep him alive by talking about him, and talking about your memories.. thats what i did, and it helped me alot..

      My sympathies to you my friend..



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      Michiganmomma wrote Jun 9, 2009
    • Hi Susan,

         Am new to this site and seen your post.  Am sorry to hear about your lost, specially of your dad. He will always be with you, in your memories,thoughts,and specially your heart. Many people will tell you “time will ease your pain” I am here to let you know that it does. Am not saying it will go away, this is something a person never gets over but you begin to look & feel different as time goes on, making it easier to talk about him, remember him, and laugh when something funny happens that “you can just see dad saying or doing something like that“.  I lost my dad ten yrs ago and even though at times I still get choked up missing him, it is much easier now then when the good lord decided it was time for him to go to a better place.  Stay strong hon, he is still with you, helping you find peace and watching over both of you everyday.  Hugggsssss!



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