Will I ever get over my fathers death
When coping with a death, you may go through all kinds of emotions. You will eventually move on but you will never forget. ChaCha! ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/will-i-ever-get-over-my-fathers-death )
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- Can anyone help me!? Ever since my father died, I can't get over ...?
- You do need help and that could be from a minister, a teacher, a professional counselor or someone who can guide you through this. Death is a reality, an inevitable part of every life, but most of us are not prepared to deal with it when we...
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- Can anyone help me!? Ever since my father died, I can't get over death.?
- Q: Like today i had a dream that my sister died and i woke up crying and couldn't stop crying. Every time my mother leaves i juss can't seem to wonder what if this is the last time i see her! I need some help but im only 16. Ever since the day after my birthday(was the day of my fathers death) i am realizing death more than ever. I just dont want to be that crazy guy on the streets. Can somebody HELP ME!!!
- A: You do need help and that could be from a minister, a teacher, a professional counselor or someone who can guide you through this.Death is a reality, an inevitable part of every life, but most of us are not prepared to deal with it when we are young. If it takes someone you love you have to deal with the loss of that person, but it doesn't mean you can't go on loving them and cherishing their memory.I was 34 years old when I lost my father to a cruel disease that robbed him of his mobility, speech and eventually his life. I was bitter about it for a while, but chose eventually to make battling this disease a personal cause of mine. By doing this I am able to give my father's death a meaning that is important to me.Beyond that I remember his creativity, his sense of humor, and the love he bestowed on me and my sister as we were growing up. As a parent myself I realize now how difficult at times that might have been.At 16 it is much harder for you to accept these things as I did. But remember this--as long as you keep his memory in your heart, a part of him is still alive. He was a lucky man to have had a son who loves him as you do. (I have a son named Joshua myself.)Cherish every moment you have together with your friends and family, and understand we will all die at some point in our lives. Hug your sister and your mom and tell them you love them. And talk together about your dad.I am sorry for your loss. It took me some years to better cope with my loss, but I am better and more confident for having reached that point. Good luck, and if you were here I would give you a very warm and loving hug. That's what friends can do for each other while we are living.
- Will death penalties ever come back to britians law system?
- Q: Second week i have read about two fathers, one in wales killing his children and the other in manchester, killing a entire family. What on earth is the world coming too? Surely these murderers should be given a death sentence.
- A: The death penalty will never be introduced and this stance should stay that way. People have told me you can still be executed for treason... this is not the case. The main reason is no mater what people do, there will always be some corrupt individuals who will not adhere to the procedures of a fair hearing/trial. This will inevitably cause a miscarriage of justice.It is a total myth that the death penalty reduces crime. What I would say is if a person is determined to kill they will. If they face the death penalty, one may think, kill as many people as the punishment is the same. I quote the Indian congressman Ghandi “An eye for an eye, soon the whole world is blind”.
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- Q: I lost my fahter in 1999, I was 11. I got over his death I still think about him a lot but I dont feel sad and I dont cry. See the thing is my father had a best friend. His name was Sarel, uncle Sarel we used to call him. He was always there when our father was alive and after his death he was even more supportive. He even raised one of my brothers after my father's death. After school we got a little out of touch but I made the effort to see him agian as much as I could. But about three weeks ago he died in a motorcycle accident. The funeral service was at the same place where my father's was, the same grave yard and best of all he was burried right next to my father. I miss him so much, I dont think I ever cried this much about my own father. And he died the same age my father died the age of 41. When ever I think of him I cry my eyes out and I will never forget how he looked lying in his coffin. It didnt even look like him. Gosh I cant just get over it!!!
- A: I know this is probably the last thing you want to hear, but it really will get easier with time. When someone in your family dies and then you have someone close to them be buried in the same place etc it brings back alot of memories we thought we had managed to put behind us. Just like the last time, you will get through this, i promise.How do I know?? I lost my mum and dad within six years of each other when i was a teenager, im now 30 and although i still get sad and cry when i miss them, im still here and i still have so much to be thankful for. Talking to family members about them helps alot as well because quite often they will have memories of occasions that you were unaware of.Keep looking at your favourite photos and try to put that picture of him in your mind as opposed to the last image- I saw both parents in the coffin and it was so hard, but the image does fade with some help of fond memories.
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