My Dad Absence in my life

by rajat goel
(Delhi, india)

When i was born in 1987.i was not expecting that one day i will lost my father in 1995. i was just studying in dav pilkhuwa in india and i think , i was just 7 or 8 year old when my father died. on that time i was not missing him too much but when i crossed 18 ,when we were suffering from financial problem and no one care for us then i just trying to save our money by not going to school from a comfortable bus. i was going through a normal crowdy bus for saving my money ,conductor just told me that stand up from seat if u want to save your money ,so 25 km distance from one way i just start going to save our money and same process was happened while returning to home in evening, this is just a starting of my bad phase it was at age of 17-18 when i was in 12th class.guys tell me if u like my story ,i will tell u more in next article , because i want to see response of people from whole world.

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Nov 02, 2012
My Dad Absence in my life
by: Doreeen U.K.

rajat goel I am sorry for your loss of your father at such a young age. You are so very young to have had this loss and emptiness in your life. I hope that you have other relatives that would have helped you in your growing years like uncles or cousins to help you in your life.
It must have been very difficult also facing poverty and needing money. In England where I live I see a lot of TV about India and how difficult it is for children and they have to go to work for little money and working long hours to support their familes. It is sad to live in a part of the world where life has been hard for you and you have had such a struggle. It is also known that India is also a developing country and is coming up in the world where poverty is not so extreme, but still hard for many who cannot climb out of this pit of despair.
My husband was born in your country but went to live in Kenya as a young child, and enjoyed a life of freedom before he came to England as a teenager some 50yrs. ago. I married and lived with my husband 44yrs. He died of cancer 6 months ago. I feel very sad and unhappy at losing him. I am now having to struggle without him. Some struggle is good in life as it is how we learn our values and it develops our character but too much and we become miserable.
I hope you have Peace in your life and that your struggles will be small ones and that you will soon climb out of your pit of poverty and sadness at not having your father in your life to mentor you and help you in your manhood.

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