Twisted Juju
Twisted Juju thanked Charles Davis' answer

I actually have a hard time answering this type of question, I cried when my mom passed, yet not my dad, even I was closer to him than her. I was raised in a very christian household, yet I am atheist now. I look at death as a natural part of life, and have accepted … Read more

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Twisted Juju thanked Didge Doo's answer

The pain diminishes as you get on with life but it doesn't leave completely. It's so easy to step back into the sadness.

Remember what Queen Elzabeth (well, her speech writer) said a few years ago: "Grief is the price we pay for love." It's a price worth paying.

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Twisted Juju commented on echooos echooos' answer
I hope so. You'd think in my line of work, I'd be prepared for death. I worked at a senior living facility for a few years. But to lose family is different. She was there when I lost my daughter...and sure losing my sister didn't hurt as bad as losing my daughter. But it's still … Read more
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Twisted Juju commented on Toxic Hairball's answer
I can't be sad, I have her daughter to take care of, and since I really haven't mentioned it to my niece I try to keep things as happy as it can be. She asks tons of questions about where here mom is and her dad. But just tell her things are the way they are.
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Twisted Juju commented on Kioyre S.'s answer
she was the only biological family member I have.never met my dad. and my mom isn't sober long enough to care. At least my fiance's family always welcomed me. I think i wouldn't be as hurt if I actually had family to care about me.