I lost my dad 15 years ago when i was 14 and he was 35 he passed away with lymphoma and he went so quick. He was my best friend and i miss him sooooo bad. I cant help but think of him everyday. soo many things left un done left un said all of his grand children he wasnt able to meet and enjoy just soo much hurt. Does it ever go away??? What i would give for just one more day, hug, kiss something all of which are un realistic but we can wish right?? Sorry im new to this and just venting now i have been holding it in for so long im glad i found a place like this to vent and share my story.

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Hi again Mellissa! I lost my Mom last September as I said! I am 49 but I feel like a little boy again with this life-altering event. I had grandparents but they are gone. I have no children so this is a tough time as you know!

All I can say  is that the mourning process(for me at least) changes every day. Sometimes I am okay (if that is the right word?) with my Moms passing-- some days it is unbearable! We all seem to deal with the mourning in our own special way! The feelings we have with mourning a lost loved one are most private and personal fellings I think we can ever have. So we do the best we can do!

BTW- Mellissa-I have a lovely photo of Mom (she had a great smile!) on my dresser and I look at it every day and still feel her spirit with me! It does help alot! And I think of happy thoughts of her then.

 

Take care!--Frank.

Hi Frank,

Good to hear from you again : ) sorry havent been keeping up with this site lately working too much, but i love the advice you give me and i can offer some of my own for you, God first of coarse, but healing process does change in time better?? i dont know maybe a little more comfortable or maybe just a little less uncomfortable, but do know that your mom is with you always and i like to think like with my dad when i get sad or suddenly think of him thats when i know hes there with me at that moment : ) It still hurts to look at oictures of my dad but i love the memories i have and i try to hold on to them as tightly as possible. I remember when i was younger im no too sure where i heard it but i heard someone say i just wanna be able to remember their laugh and it never meant anything to me until my dad passed and what i would give for that laugh one more time : ( but what we are left with are memories and i try to keep them alive sharing them with my children and family members : )This site is a great outlet to discuss feelings with others who have similair stories and im glad that we have connected and hope to continue to support eachother!!!

      Take care, Mellissa : )

Francis Valente III said:

Hi again Mellissa! I lost my Mom last September as I said! I am 49 but I feel like a little boy again with this life-altering event. I had grandparents but they are gone. I have no children so this is a tough time as you know!

All I can say  is that the mourning process(for me at least) changes every day. Sometimes I am okay (if that is the right word?) with my Moms passing-- some days it is unbearable! We all seem to deal with the mourning in our own special way! The feelings we have with mourning a lost loved one are most private and personal fellings I think we can ever have. So we do the best we can do!

BTW- Mellissa-I have a lovely photo of Mom (she had a great smile!) on my dresser and I look at it every day and still feel her spirit with me! It does help alot! And I think of happy thoughts of her then.

 

Take care!--Frank.

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