I lost my Dad due to cancer 6 months ago, & I know I'm still greiving. It just seems so hard to believe that I can't see or talk to him anymore, & that it's already been 6 months since he passed. Thanksgiving just wasn't the same without him. All the holidays will be different without him. So, how do you keep focused on life & greive at the same time? Anyone know?Answer Question
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I lost my father to a surprise diagnosis of cancer in 06. Out of the blue 60 days from diagnosis to death. I hardly had time to absorb the reality of him being so sick & then he passed away. In my reading I have found that some deal with grief by living in a manner, continuing on a path that they know would make their loved one proud & happy. That is how I deal with it. I know my father would be proud of the decisions I have made since his death. I also consider him my son's guardian angel. I have been taught he is heaven & that is a nice thought that brings me comfort & if he is then so be it. I pray & talk to my father daily. Losing him like I did gave me a REAL lesson in the reality of things known as life surprises. I still cry over his absence in my life & that is okay. I always will. Hugs to you !!
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