Dad, I miss you and will always love you.

by Josh
(Cornwall, United Kingdom )

My Dad at Beaulieu. 2009.

My Dad at Beaulieu. 2009.

I am 16 years old. 2 Months ago my father passed away from a sudden heart attack. He was 46 years old.
I will always remember him and what he did for me.
I always loved him and always will. The hardest part of it all however is that, I didn't tell him I loved him before I went to bed.

The following morning he had passed away in his sleep.

I will never get to tell him I loved him and give him one last hug. I will never get to show him
his daughter in law and his grandchildren. And I will never see him again. This is the most painful part of it all...

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Oct 10, 2012
I understand
by: Anonymous

I lost my dad suddenly in August. I'm sure your dad knows you loved him. I know mine did, even though I didn't say it enough :)

Oct 09, 2012
Dad, I mis you and will always love you
by: Doreen U.K.

Josh I am sorry for your loss of your dad suddenly from a heart attack. Josh you live in a lovely part of the U.K. I am living at the other end of the U.K.
Josh your father was a young man, and you are such a young person to lose a father. Feeling unhappy that you didn't tell your father that you loved him is part of your grief. In reality your father would have known that you LOVED HIM. WE just normally go through life not thinking when our loved one's will leave us.
I was married 44yrs. I never told my husband that I LOVED HIM. But I made sure that every day I SHOWED HIM all our married life. I have no REGRETS here. My husband spent just over 3 yrs. slowly dying of cancer. I GAVE HIM the BEST CARE a wife could. My husband FELT IT. I did get the chance to tell my husband I LOVED HIM MORE THAN LIFE. And he knew it. I feel comforted that I did this. But if I didn't get to say I LOVE YOU. I showed this. This is all any of can do and carry on doing for all those loved one's we have in our life still living and who make a difference to our life even if it is by just being there.

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