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Death and Grieving Coping with loss is difficult at any age, but you are not alone during this difficult time. Reach out to other users in this forum.

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My Dad passed away - August 2nd 2016, 08:29 AM

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So on April third my dad went to the hospital because he fell. He was a big man so he hurt his knees. Within the next week his kidneys went down to 5% functionality. Then he got better, like he was starting to walk again. He was doing so well then on June 6th he was moved to a rehab program at a different facility. So we get there and things are great. But they give him a bed in which he hurts his legs again so he isn't doing the best. My Parents birthday was on June 8th. (they were born on the same day 7 years apart) on June 9th 2016 like every other school day I went to my first period class then go to see him. I went to see him and he was sitting at the breakfast table and chilling. I help him to his room. Me and a male nurse are helping him onto his bed. He falls awkwardly on the bed asks for oxygen then he passes out. I was the last person he saw, had a conversation with and hugged. I can't get the picture out of my head. I'm 17 I lost my father. And I no longer sleep. I don't know what to do anymore. I lost my best friend. The person I loved the most....... I don't know what to do anymore. .... I just need someone to talk to.
   
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Re: My Dad passed away - August 2nd 2016, 03:08 PM

You can talk to me :3 I'm not sure I can offer much advice other than you were lucky to have had such a great man in your life that many are not fortunate enough to get. I'm so sorry and there are no words to describe the pain in sure. Just cherish the memories you had with him and let me know if you wanna talk


   
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Re: My Dad passed away - August 2nd 2016, 03:12 PM

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So on April third my dad went to the hospital because he fell. He was a big man so he hurt his knees. Within the next week his kidneys went down to 5% functionality. Then he got better, like he was starting to walk again. He was doing so well then on June 6th he was moved to a rehab program at a different facility. So we get there and things are great. But they give him a bed in which he hurts his legs again so he isn't doing the best. My Parents birthday was on June 8th. (they were born on the same day 7 years apart) on June 9th 2016 like every other school day I went to my first period class then go to see him. I went to see him and he was sitting at the breakfast table and chilling. I help him to his room. Me and a male nurse are helping him onto his bed. He falls awkwardly on the bed asks for oxygen then he passes out. I was the last person he saw, had a conversation with and hugged. I can't get the picture out of my head. I'm 17 I lost my father. And I no longer sleep. I don't know what to do anymore. I lost my best friend. The person I loved the most....... I don't know what to do anymore. .... I just need someone to talk to.
I'm so sorry. My dad had surgery and he was supposed to be out in five days, he was in for three weeks and he told me he didn't think he was coming home

I'm lucky because he did come home but I think about what happened to you and I could be in your shoes. I'm really sorry, talk to us

Take your time grieving and know that he loves you very much
   
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Re: My Dad passed away - August 3rd 2016, 01:42 AM

I am really sorry for your loss. I lost someone around the same time you lost your dad and I know how painful it is and sometimes words just don't do the justice.

I think you're likely to replay your last moments with him for a while. It's your brain's way of trying to come to terms with your loss and everything it has made you feel or experience.

Try to take things slowly. Everyone grieves in their own way, and their own time. Remember to let yourself feel whatever it is you're feeling and remind yourself that everything you're going through is completely valid. Let yourself rest and try to take care of yourself to the best of your ability. Having trouble sleeping is common after losing someone you were close to. Have you found anything that helps you sleep, even if it only helps a little?

You're more than welcome to send me a message if you want to talk about anything. We're here for you.


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