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Jemmie, sudden death takes a minimum of seven years for the
reality to take hold. So don't be surprised when your chest gets tight or tears begin to flow. Also never allow yourself to feel as thought something is wrong with you because you still grieve for your Dad. Your reactions are very normal, painful yes, and normal yes! Think of the good times you shared and thank God for the time you had together. Tell your Dad about your day, talk to his presence, his love for you endures as does your love for him. In time you will miss him, but the pain will become less intense. Everyone grieves in his/her own way, manner and time! Oh, and if you someday feel angry with your Dad for dying, that too is very normal and will also subside as your walk through the stages of grief and when acceptance comes, acceptance defined as love, you will know your Dad is safe with the Lord! If are near a bookstore a really good book entitled: "Good Grief" could help you. Blessings and prayers, faholo

posted by faholo on December 2, 2006 at 4:04 PM | link to this | reply

it does start to get better
but there are always times that are hard. My daddy died when I was a small child and there are still times when it is so, so hard, but the initial chest tightening did get better and there was a time when I could think of him and not feel in complete pain and instead think of happy times and smile instead of cry. I feel your pain. I hope the healing comes soon for you

--msugatinha


posted by msugatinha on December 1, 2006 at 3:24 PM | link to this | reply

Jemms
 ((big hugs))

posted by DivineDiva on December 1, 2006 at 5:27 AM | link to this | reply

The Holidays are always hard.

But it does get better.

posted by Whacky on November 30, 2006 at 8:57 PM | link to this | reply

Tears are so normal

for us who love and have lost people.  I think grief makes physical pain more severe. BUT as a promise of better things to come, let me tell you that with time,  tears, and prayers,  my happy memories allowed me to  look back and  know that the  good things always outweight the bad.  The positive part for me is that I want to live the rest of my life in a way  that would please those I lost,  my mother, father and my husband.

God Bless you.

Lou

posted by Cameraeye on November 30, 2006 at 4:02 PM | link to this | reply

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