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    Death of a Parent
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    opal28 posted:
    My dad passed away four months ago, and I've never felt this depressed and hurt in my life. I don't know how to live my life, and I'm tired of feeling guilty.
     
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    wifeofnamvet responded:
    Opal128....I am sorry for the passing of your dad....It is hard to go on with a normal life when someone we love passes...but 4 months is a very short time...i'm sure you are dealing with alot of emotions and sometimes it gets very confusing...give yourself time to adjust and don't feel guilty if you can have one tiny happy moment...i'm sure your dad would want you to be happy....you will learn how to live your life by taking it one day at a time..I pray your heart can heal.


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