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i wanna cry, my dad died the 13th of march 2017 and its now

i wanna cry, my dad died the 13th of march 2017 and its now that i feel sadness. i miss him so much we were best friends and i want him to see how far ive come and all that ive done. i want him to see me go into high school but now he never will, i just dont know what to do. i cry every night and tell myself how im gonna be okay but its more and more every day i wish i could be in his arms again. he was my everything and i just find it harder and harder to be without him

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Jun 15

@kyrah.grace

I am sorry for the loss of your father. You have been given a lot of information from all of the posts. I agree with sadbby who has been through the same thing and has shared her experiences with you. I too agree that if you choose counselling that it should be when you are ready. I think therapy or counselling would help you a lot. Allow yourself to take time to grieve. I am sending hugs and prayers your way.

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Dear kyrah.grace, I’m truly sorry for your situation. It is understandable losing a love one, especially your father is definitively a tough experience for you. The passing of your father requires an adjustment to facing the reality that death is part of life. Have courage! From my experience I was raised by mother’s parents. When my grandfather passed away was very difficult for me to accept. He was like a father for me. However, I treasured all the time that we spent together and the gratitude in reciprocity for the love that he gave me when I was a child. I encourage you that death does not stop you of loving him. Love for your father is able to transcend this life. Remember all the teachings that your father left to you and have them as a treasure. I’m sure that you have a lot of good memories with him and he wants that you are happy. It is understandable the way that you feel for the situation that you are experiencing with this great loss. There are no words that can ease the pain and sorrow, but I do know that in time the healing will take place. It's okay to cry because we are human beings and it was a way to feel release. It is completely normal for a person to cry and it is part of the healing process. Have you thought of seeking an adviser or mentor at high school? Counseling or therapy can be helpful to work through things like this. You are valuable of fighting for. This list-ly is extremely important for you are going through: https://list.ly/list/1CE4-looking-up-from-the-stubborn-darkness. I hope this helps. Sending you hugs. I will keep you in my prayers, my friend- Keep us posted, Ok?.

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Jun 20

I lost my mom two years ago & it still hurts, even worse now. Im so sorry. I dont have anything to say, cuz I dont know how to help or Id help us both. Just know you're not alone.

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