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How can I move on after my dad's death?

My dad died a couple of months ago and everyone keeps saying "I know how you feel." But they don't.
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My aunt died last night and I've been crying so hard since then. She was my favourite aunt, she took care of me when my mom died and she's the one I used to talk to about things I couldn't talk to my dad about. how can I get over this and stop it from taking over my life?

 

Hey girlie, I know losing someone close to you isn't easy. It's okay to be upset and cry right now since it's so recent. But you're also going to have to pick yourself back up as time goes because your aunt would want you to. It won't ever be easy, but it will get easier. Keep your aunt's memory with you and make her proud of you. 


Lauren T.

by Kat_13 on 12/5/2012 8:16:03 PM

 
 

im so sorry for your loss! i lost my dad just last summer. and the truth? you never really do move on from it. i think about my dad everyday. some things tht did help me cope were writing letters to my dad everyday. going to visit his grave as much as i can. especially on his bday, christmas, easter, and other holidays. also just talking with your friends and family. my friends bday party was on fathers day and of course i went. and it was the first fathers day since his death. i had a good cry with them near me and they just sat there the whole time and did anything to make me smile. but the most important ou never really get is to remember all your good memories with him. you never really get over a death of someone close. you just learn to cope wth your feelings.

by prettykailee on 7/24/2012 11:01:33 AM

 
 



1st: to girl who lost her dad, I'm sorry that you did. I lost my grandpa 2 years ago and it still makes me and my family cry.
2nd: MOD MOD MOD MOD: My problem deals with my grandpa's death. See, after he died, things just went down hill. My step-grandma took almost everything from my dad and his two sisters that were left to them in my grandpa's will. And it's only gotten worse. They argue with my step-grandma and my dad cries alot. I haven't seen my step-grandma in the 2 years that my grandpa has been gone. I cry and feel angry at times. And all this is costing us money and lawyers and everything is really hard. My dad and his two sisters are from my grandpa's first marriage, and they're being treated unfairly, especially my dad since he still works with the farm. But my aunt and uncle that are from my step-grandma are being treated like angels, with a new house for my aunt and money. It's hard and I dont' know how to feel sometimes. Help?




Hey girlie,

You can't change the family drama and the financial problems that are going on right now - they're issues that are simply bigger than you and, since they're not your fault, try not to get involved. With that said, they're obviously going to take a toll on you, your dad, your aunts, etc. The most important thing is to support each other and find ways to smile, even through all this nonsense. Try to plan hangout time with the family (even just your dad, if you can't round everyone up) to watch a movie, cook dinner, play a board game, or relax with some snacks to watch TV. Some family time spent together will help everyone unwind, smile, and remind them that they have loved ones to depend on. That's the best thing to remember right now! <3
Lauren C.

by Christian15 on 12/30/2011 9:38:04 PM

 
 

I Know Its Hard I Just Lost My Grandpa And Every One Was Saying I know its hard but he isnt in pain any more but they might know its hard but they don't don't know how much time i spent with him. in time it will get better:/

by ladygirzzlie33 on 7/21/2011 10:03:46 AM

 
 

This is sooooooooo sad!! I cant even imagine getting over my dads death. I hope your mom can help you get through it! Good Luck Smile

by Shelbychristine333 on 7/18/2011 12:53:42 PM

 
 

This is sooooooooo sad!! I cant even imagine getting over my dads death. I hope your mom can help you get through it! Good Luck Smile

by Shelbychristine333 on 7/18/2011 12:51:37 PM

 
 

i know kind of how you feel, my dad died when i was six, i am now 14, it dose get better over time but since you are older and hav known him longer it will be harder but it will be ok over time

by lyssie10 on 7/8/2011 11:09:33 PM

 
 

mod mod mod how do you reply to comments like this one ???? gosh im sooo confused

 

 

Hey girly! Just post it like you did Smile

xxx

Becca G.

by sydepoo2 on 7/2/2011 5:45:49 PM

 
 

OMG! I know you say everyone says this but I know how you feel. My grandpa died in may of 2010 and i couldn't just let it go. time heels everything but don't act like it didnt happen because it makes it worse.

by emmm.cutie.starz on 5/4/2011 6:09:36 PM

 
 

MOD!MOD!MOD! My dad left us a little over 5 years ago for some one younger and prettier. The divorce was never official, but it really hurt. The problem was, this girl had no idea that he was still connected to my mom. He would talk to my mom and tell his gf all the things we were up to, like he had just talked to us. But now, she left him. And now he's moved back in. I'm uncomfortable with him here and I feel like he's going to hurt us all again. The rest of my family is super pumped though. I don't want to hurt my mom now that she's happy again, but I'm not even comfortable in my own house! I feel like running away...........What should i do?

 

 

Hey chica! It's totally understandable how you feel. One of my closest friends is going through something very similar, and she feels the exact same way you do. I would definately, definately have a talk with your parents, separately, and let them know how you feel. Maybe, you can suggest going into counseling as a family. It sounds like that may be a good option. Don't run away though... that would just turn out bad for you... trust  me. The world is a dangerous place, with lots of dangerous people.

xxx

Becca G.

by runforever on 4/23/2011 6:14:38 PM

 
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