Have you ever lost any one from your family members whome you loved the most?

India
January 18, 2012 5:17am CST
I love my family. I had lost the one whom I loved the most my dad, he was like a support to me, he always stood by my side, always helped me, always gave me whatever i wanted but unfortunately GOD don't like to see me happy so he took my dad. Made me alone Whenever I remember him I cry I will always feel his absence till my death.
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@pahak627 (4299)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Hello please don't say that, God likes to see you happy. Maybe there was a reason why your dad was taken early. I lost my first child when he was still a few hours old. I was hurt but maybe because of the shortness of our being together, I easily accepted it.
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
i lost a daughter, and both of my parents. To date im still greiving...
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
i lost a daughter, and both of my parents. And to date find it so hard to get over what had just happen.
• United States
19 Jan 12
Several times, not long ago have I lost my grandfather and grandmother. I love everyone in my family though... I remembered that, with my grandfather, we would constantly back-and-forth teasing and joking at each other's expense. It was never really a bitter thing, just a routine we always did. I know he loved me, and I loved him, it is a given thing that, when it comes to that time, you really regret not saying so despite what the reaction may have been... I have no living grandparents anymore, is a sunk feeling, y'know? But let me tell you something, okay? Don't think it was an act of God or the Devil who took him away. Things happen in this world, and it feels like the easiest thing to do is blame it on either... but still, there's things like health, accidents, and all these other things, they are scary, and they hurt, but it isn't because you are hated, it is just something that happens, y'know? I really won't try to lecture you or just try to say "it is okay", because I know, I understand the pains of loss, I've at times even lashed out in anger, attacked people before a breakdown... but please don't pass the blame on God. I don't say this as a Christian, but that you shouldn't hold such bitterness inside you, it tends to obscure that love over time that you had for your father. Hatred, bitterness, and retaining anger doesn't make things better... stories teach us this for a reason, because we got to hold their memories and that feeling we had when they were alive. At the same time, I don't blame you either... I have no idea how I'd control myself if I lost my sister, mother, father, and so forth... the very real thought of it once made me break down and shake for a long time...
@kaylachan (21035)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
19 Jan 12
Yeah. I've lost my parents. A year and a half apart from one another. Greif is very real, its an emotion I'm still struggeling with today. A very real painful feeling. I think everyone who has ever lost someone can relate. Though I do not wish to get into details about my parents. I just know they are now in a better place and are no longer suffering.
@kukueye (1760)
• Malaysia
19 Jan 12
Hmm. i am very lonely person and usually avoid relatives , i guess the closese people i lost is my grandparents, because i cook nice dishes like pork meat fish disease and nice soups to eat during out gathering sadly , my mom did not inherited or learn that skills.So i guess i miss the grandparents foods cooking style which went to grave with them.
@deedee328 (1123)
• United States
19 Jan 12
I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you will come to find some peace with it soon. God did not take your dad to make you miserable. God is a loving father who wants all of His children to be happy. That being said, though I love both of my parents, I was always a 'mama's girl" until she passed away. Mom was my best friend, confidant, counselor and whatever else I needed that the situation called for. Maybe you could focus on the good times you shared with your dad and what a wonderful, loving father he was instead of viewing his passing as some sort of punishment or vengefulness from God. I believe we are all put here for a purpose, and whether we ever realize what that purpose is or not, when we have fulfilled the role God put us here for, He takes us back to live with Him. Your dad had done his job here and God decided that he needed to take him to Heaven. It broke my heart when mom passed away. I miss her dearly, but I do take comfort in the fact that I will see her again one day. My mother knew she was going to die and made sure that we were all as prepared for her passing as we could be. Her faith in God never waivered. She left this world with love, happiness, and grace. In doing so, she gave me so much that I can not put into words. Her passing has been a blessing in that it has brought me closer to my dad.
@leinrix (490)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
losing someone is very painful to us just like me when we lost our grand pa because im grandpa's little girl even though years passed i still miss him and sometimes imagine and think of the times when we were together and he is still with us but even if he is gone i always put in my that he is only gone physical but in my heart and mind stays forever and guide and with me always
@vt689586 (584)
• India
18 Jan 12
yes i had lost my grad father 3 years ago in an accident. he is moral of mine.he loved me very much and i known wherever he is now ,loves me a lot.and of his blessing is with me in whole life. he was the one who made me so good person ,that is why people loves me.he was good thinker and give me suggestion in all part of life and helped me a lot.just because of their guidance ,i become a an software engineer.but he is now no more to see me in this position.Now i miss him very much.
@hopejordan (3562)
• Australia
18 Jan 12
hi there vineeshdon yes i have lost my mum in feb 22nd 2010 its nearly been 2 years. my mum i miss very much its hard when you loose someone you love. have a great day today.
@lilaclady (28225)
• Australia
18 Jan 12
Yes first my Dad and then three years later my Mum, I don't think you ever get over losing your parents, it is a part of you that goes...