Im feeling broken. My dad died and he was my whole world I can’t express this enough he was the best guy I knew. I loved him so much and now hes gone I feel so lost I want to be able to talk to him again. I want his hugs and kisses I want him to tell me everything’s going to be okay because thats what he did. He gave me the world and so much more he was so amazing and I miss him more and more everyday. I need him, I write letters to him everyday even though I know he will never read them.
it seems that your father was a great man, I don’t know if I can help you, I still have my father, he’s old and I’m very afraid of him, due to what we’re going through, many people grow up without a father, you should be grateful for having the privilege of having the loving father you had, writing is good, if it does you well continue
My dad was a funny and caring guy. He was diagnosed with cancer and ended up dying in 2008. The last time I saw him alive was when he was walking me down the isle in 2006. My husband and I didn’t have the means to visit more often since I lived 8,000 miles away from my family.
It was a real struggle to deal with his passing. Family members started to show their true colours and showed me that they aren’t worth my time.
I miss my dad, every day. When he had just passed, I said to the Universe that I wanted to know if he was okay. That night, I dreamt that I saw him. I gave him a big hug and asked how it was like, being no longer in a body. He said that he was okay but I could see in his eyes that he missed all of us.
My dad was a spiritual guy - he believed in reincarnation, ghosts, etc so his body dying, he as a person was still living - even without it. He even stuck around and waited for my mom - she passed in 2012. She told us on her death bed that she saw him with her dad, waiting for her; to help cross over. I thanked both of them for that.
We all have people that we feel connected to - even if they’re no longer physically with us. He’d want you to continue to live your life; to stay positive. He’s done his bit to help shape you now its time for you to continue to work on that. You got this.
No one can replace him; cherish his memory and if talking a loud or writing a letter to him helps, then do it because he is reading them - you just can’t see it; just know that he is.