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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.

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

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from Ripped Jeans & Bifocals

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|

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from The Huffington Post

11 Things I Learned After Losing A Parent

Remember that broken crayons still color.

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When you allow the sadness creep in... Happy thoughts... Happy thoughts Beautiful thoughts rather than true BLUe

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from BuzzFeed

7 Things No One Tells You About Losing A Parent As A Child

If floating in the warm waters of the Blue Lagoon is high on your bucket list, read on for the six most important things you should know about Iceland's Blue Lagoon

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In are society today, marriage is not working out. People are getting married to young and then regretting it after they have a kid and separated. In are world today people are seeing that, their is not a lot of married parents. In "The Adoration of Jenna Fox" she didn't grow up with her birth parents and she never knew who her real parents were. Jenna really wanted to know who her dad was and what he looked like but her adopted parents only had videos of her parents and her but not just…

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from With Sympathy Gifts

It's okay to feel childlike after losing a parent

It doesn't matter how old you are. When you lose a parent, you may not feel strong enough to cope and may feel somewhat childlike.

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from us7.campaign-archive2.com

nourishing words for people in pain

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.

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I miss my mother so much. Losing a parent is a loss that can't be described, only felt.

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