by Julia

My Dad died 10 days ago. I've never loved anyone as much as I loved him. I have always been Daddy's Girl since the day I was born. I fell out of his trust for about 10 years but was the only one of many kids who was at the hospital for the last 14 days if his life. I was also the last family member to be with him he when he died. I had the honor of looking into his terrified eyes and tell him that I loved him and that he didn't have to fight anymore. The doctors told me he heard me. I just haven't been able to move on. He was Dad, my greatest love and my hero. I've never felt so lost in all if my life.

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Aug 25, 2014
To Kelly
by: Julia

Thank you so much Kelly. I most definitely am religious and yearn for the moment that I can see my dad again. I'm going to watch Heaven is Real this weekend. The thought of Dad being healthy and strong again is exciting.

I'm VERY sorry for your loss. I don't think life is ever the same again. I will keep you and your loved ones in my prayers.

Aug 25, 2014
my condolence
by: kelly

My condolence. I too have lost close relatives, the most recent my brother just four months ago. Until now I really never knew how bad it feels to lose someone really close. You are always going to feel a great sense of loss but still cherish your memories of your father.
If you are religious then you can appreciate that one day we will see our loved ones again for the bible promises that is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and unrighteous- Acts 24:15. What a true comfort that promise has been to me, may it also comfort you as well.

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