lifes feels different , comfortably nimb

hi ,
my dear dad passed away in july 2011 of cancer , 2 years have passed,so why do i still feel theres a big part of my life gone?.ive heard him ive seen him ive felt the warmth , of the room change when hes there .

so there must be a better place after death, our problem is accepting some one might still be here when you and others say they are gone , ever caught that bright light in your eye or shadow ,felt that breeze as if some ones near or felt as some one has touched you , were not mad we just have loved ones who are nearly here but sadly not

marky pars xx

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Aug 24, 2013
lifes feels different, comfortably nimb
by: Doreen U.K.

Hi Marky I am sorry for your loss of your dad 2yrs. ago. Grief for everyone is different. some of us heal faster and some take months into years. Often our grief can be frozen, or we are in denial, and often we just get stuck in grief which are all areas of difficulty that can leave us grieving longer. It doesn't mean we are doing something wrong. We cannot control how we will feel when we lose someone. Often if we are in denial or our feelings become frozen could be a way of having shock absorbers in our system so that we won't be so overwhelmed by our loss. We would be able to COPE. so this may happen to some of us as a coping mechanism so that we thaw out slowly and feel our grief in small doses.
You will feel that a large part of your life has gone, because it has. You can't live with someone for so many years without feeling such a profound loss of their presence in your life.
I do believe that we can feel the presence of our loved one longer after they have passed away. I lost my husband of 44yrs. 15 months ago to cancer. I still feel his presence with me. I don't think you can be with someone for all these years and suddenly feel a total exit. some warmth would remain with us of our loved one.
How long this lasts is individual, but also such a comfort.

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