my loved dad

I was 9 when he died now I am 11.He went to the navy for 4 years,and got lung cancer.He smoked since he was 10.He had a couple heart attracts,a couple ulcers,he died and came back a couple of times.The last time he did that my mom said that the doctors cant keep doing that and that she love him and i needed him,he did not do it again. My mom and him went to court to see who will get to keep me,they said that it was up to me.I said that i wanted both of them to.the day after Halloween he was rushed to the hospite on air care.He was in a coma for a month.He went to a nursing home to rehabilitate,for some reason he kicked a nurse in the back (he had a bad temper),so he went to a crazy hosptle.When He got out I had a Valentine party my mom came,my moms friend forgot to check on him my sister went to visit a friend when i came home i yelled at my mom daddy fell asleep on the floor when she came to the door she said that crazy man he left the door open she said that he had pased out she found out that he was not breathing.Im sorry if i spelt any words worng.

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Oct 26, 2013
My loved dad
by: Doreen UK

I am sorry for your loss of your dad. You are such a brave young girl and so young to lose a father. You seem to have a good grasp and perception of life and death with acceptance of what has happened in your young life. It is so very hard for a daughter to lose a father from her life. If you find yourself struggling with your grief then talk it over with a school counsellor so that your studies wont' suffer by going through this sadness in your life.
Grief is such a very painful experience. Study hard and give yourself time to grieve your loss so that you won't have to deal with it later on in life when it will be harder to process.
I hope God will comfort and strengthen you to go through this loss with a brave heart, and that God will guide you through life and give you a good future with every happiness.

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