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Remembering my father

"No one understands what it's really like to lose a parent until it happens to them." Remembering my father - Ripped Jeans & Bifocals fathers fatherhood daughters relationships life death writing Kentucky Bourbon

11 Things I Learned After Losing A Parent

11 Things I Learned After Losing A Parent

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I must remember this every time someone has a camera in hand. I so hate having my photo taken but it is important that my family has pictures of me and not just their dad.

You never feel a hurt and pain inside yourself as you do when you lose a parent.

You never feel a hurt and pain inside yourself as you do when you lose a parent. Or grow up without them.

What You Learn After Losing A Parent At A Young Age

What You Learn After Losing A Parent At A Young Age

I will carry the weight of this tragedy around with me for the rest of my life, and the lessons I have gained because of it. Losing a parent at a young age

I think this is so true when anticipating the death of a terminally ill loved one. You knows it's going to happen, but there's still a sense of shock and denial when it does.

I think this is so true when anticipating the death of a terminally ill loved one. You know it's going to happen, but there's still a sense of shock and denial when it does.

Yes ever since i saw children in a hospital who were ill and couldn't see their parents for more than a month. It changes a person after having a conversation with a nurse.

As you breathe right now, another person takes their last, so stop complaining and learn to live your life with what you have.

Absolutely true ... desperately sad, yet you couldn't bear for it to be any other way ... double-edged sword of grief : (

desperately sad, yet you couldn't bare for it to be any other way . double-edged sword of grief :(

There is no word for a parent who loses a child. @Dayton Children's Medical Center blogger tries to find the words after the #Sandyhook tragedy.

There is no word for a parent who loses a child. Or when a child loses a sibling.

This quote is so true. Today, is my first Father's Day without my father. A sad milestone, even though I can feel his presence in my life every day.

nourishing words for people in pain

My life was forever changed the moment my grandma took her last breath. I will spend the rest of my life missing her

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