Can't believe it.

by Nicole t.

I'm 14 and I lost my dad about 6 months ago in march. He had surgery on his back and the pain was too much for him. I miss him so much. I think about him every single day. We had gotten in a could of bad fights recently. I didn't really see him that much before he died. I can't even put into words how much I miss him. When i'm at my friends houses and they don't get what they want or are mad at their parents and they say they hate their dad/mom...well i would give ANYTHING just to see him one more time. I feel selfish sometime saying I want him back because he was in soo much pain. I know hes up in heaven and feeling so much better. You seriously don't know what you have till its gone. Everythings a mess now. Everyones been fighting. I've been finding myself to be alone more often this summer. I would just lay in my bed and cry. I love you dad and I miss you so much.

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Aug 19, 2012
by: Natalia

My father was 81 when he died... On the contrary, I was only 15...Still am actually... It only happened 5 months ago and I am still trying to wrap my head around the fact that he will no longer be there as her used to be, boosting my confidence and loving me unconditionally... I know how you feel, and don't for a moment think you are being selfish... You simply want to be with your daddy... Best wishes for the rest of your life... I hope my words have been somewhat useful...

Aug 12, 2012
Can't believe it
by: Dee U.K.

Nicole I am sorry for your loss of your Dad. You are such a young age and you will find the whole grief experience very painfull. Who else do you have in your life just now that can comfort you? and support you? You need to express how you feel and not keep it locked up. It will make you feel lonlier and more isolated. Talk to a school counsellor or another counsellor and tease out those feelings that you don't want to face because they are too painfull. Fighting sad to say exists in most families. It shows itself more at time of death, funerals. and bereavement. Families will always be at war because we live in a fallen world. You will need support in order to feel the grief less and also be able to move forward in life. Feel free t write back to this website and continue to receive support here.

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