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I lost my dad in April from Multiple Sclerosis. He was diagnosed when i was 2 weeks old so he fought for 16 years but he couldn't carry on and I feel like my heart has been ripped out of my chest. I feel so numb and I keep having severe anxiety attacks. Has anyone else lost their dad at a young age and can help me?

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I lost my dad three weeks ago. I dont want do much and being at work is hard. The pain has become ao heavy lately
I feel for all of you name is Stephanie and I joined because I’m still healing. People tell me it takes time. It does take time but...there is a fine line I feel when talking to others that having been through what we are going through. Not only that we all grieve differently. For me, I’m here to meet people that are feeling what I’m feeling currently. I would like to be able to heal from others as well as help you if I can.
I lost my mom a month ago to cancer and it’s the worst thing I’ve ever experienced. Any one who wants to talk feel free to message me.
I just lost my mom on good Friday she was my best and it's more difficult
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Sad to hear this, extremely sorry for your loss. I hope you will heal from this loss of parents soon. The story you have shared remembered me, the story of my grandma after my grandfather died. Grandma was suffering from dementia and thus after the sudden death of my grandfather, she started loosing her balance and needed a help in every work she wants to do. Her mental state was not so good enough even for taking certain finance and property related decisions. Thus, one friend of my dad suggested to contact with the elder law attorney who will look after grandmother and will take her out of this grief.

I lost my mom to MS. She was diagnosed when she was pregnant with me and died my junior year of high school. I was 16. She had been in a nursing home for 11 years. There were no drugs at the time and she had a rough time of it to say the least. I guess what I'm saying is you are not alone.

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My mom and I had an interesting relationship-but her loss is just now hitting me 11 months later. I usually just move on but I feel crippled in a way. I need to feel have closure but how do you get that? I am a Christian but it doesn’t seem to be working.
I was 8 when my dad was killed on January 6 of 2013 by 20 year old Karlie Tomica. All she received a sentence of 4 years in jail, 2 years of house arrest and 15 years probation for involuntary manslaughter and running away. For some reason I wasn’t crying at the news, after I got the news that he was killed, I went home and put on the TV, I didn’t even cry at the funeral. I’ve begun to notice a pattern, whenever a sad event or any emotional event for that matter occurs, the emotional impact was very temporary, imagine having your dad die 9 days before your birthday, and all I felt was nothing. Over the next few years of my life all I felt was violent and unimaginable depth of rage to the point where even today as a 15 soon to be 16 year old boy, I would constantly have thoughts of murdering her in gruesome ways or beating the **** out of her. Please, someone help me.

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