I just find it really hard to believe that it is almost two years since I lost my father.
He passed on 4-8-09 and I am still feeling the hurt and loss everyday.
I was his fulltime caregiver 24/7 around the clock.
He was bedridden for over 11 months.
He had colon cancer, stroke, amputated leg, G-Tube and many other issues.
He was my Best Friend and I miss him very much.
It would be very nice to communicate with someone who also lost their father.
I do go to a grief support group 4 times a month but the people there have been mostly widows/widowers.
I am just looking for someone who also lost their father to talk with and share stories.
My friends who never had a loss cannot relate to me, but think that they can.
I am so tired of hearing comments from them like: It's time to move on, You should be relieved, It was a blessing, He is in a better place now.
How do they know?
They should only listen to what they are saying to me.
I know that they mean well but it would be better if they would just listen to me and not offer their comments and/or opinions.
Can anyone understand and relate to me?
I can relate. I lost my dad 5 months ago and i took care of him everyday. It saddens me everyday that he isnt here. I was his only daughter out of 4 kids and it is so hard planning my wedding in 4 months without him here to share in it. Over time the pain eases but nothing will fill the void we have in our hearts of them being gone.