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Death of Father...
Welcome to the "Lost Dads" page. Losing your father to death can be especially hard in many ways. You might feel guilty for not appreciating all that he did for you over the years. You are sure to miss his strength and unconditional love. Losing your father may also force you to confront your own mortality (feeling older and more vulnerable yourself?)
May you begin to heal by telling others about the loss of your own special Dad, and also find some comfort in similar stories posted by other bereaved "children".
Here is just one example of the amazing empathy and advice that was shared from just one post in the original Yourspace Blog (Lost Dads):
A Part of Me Went With Him
"On December 26, 2013, my family learned that my father’s cancer had returned. Dad had battled a number of things, strokes, cancer, heart surgery but he always bounced back. He was a fighter. "
Read the whole post here if you would like, then come on back:
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