It has been a little over two years now since my Dad passed away. We were so close to one another. He was my best friend and a parent that I could talk to about anything. He had cardiomyopathy heart disease and was just 50 when he passed away of congestive heart failure. Just a year before he passed he had moved in with me and I was taking care of him and going to college. We use to take walks together, and he would bring me a sack lunch to campus and we would have a picnic together. It was Easter 2008 that my Dad took his turn for the worse suddenly, and passed away in the hospital, and he was the only family I had and only person I knew truly cared about me. I miss him so much and I feel so alone all the time because I don't have many friends, all those I thought I had turned their back on me when I needed them when he passed, I am in a relationship with a man that I do love but it seems to be falling apart and I just wish I had my dad to call and just talk too. I write in a journal, but it is nothing like actually having him here. When it comes down to it it is just me. I miss him so much. Wish I could just have my Dad and my best friend back.
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