How to cope with my father's death?

Asked By: April L - 4/16/2009
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I am very sorry for your loss. Some suggestions, and resources follow: Call: The Grief Recovery Institute (U.S.A.) 1-800-445-4808, or Hospice (phone book). Email Chatrooms and forums: and and http://messageboards.... More
Answered By: shaneris5 - 4/17/2009
Additional Answers (11)
Walk it off.
Answered By: Daniel - 4/16/2009
Death is hard to deal with but we all have to do it. Just remember the good times you had with him and say a prayer for him. Just think of him ina better place and remember you will meet him again,
Answered By: hope this helps - 4/16/2009
Time helps, some. I think perhaps that it is the only thing that will. You will always miss him. You will always feel the loss, but it does lessen.
Answered By: Michael - 4/16/2009
just give it time try to think about the good times you had and how he will always live in your memory try to think about how fulfilling his life was and that he lived a good life
Answered By: shopoholic - 4/16/2009
celebrate his life ,know that his in good hands with god .try remembering the good times don't numb the pain walk through it you'll be better off .I'm sorry for your loss.hope this helps you.
Answered By: Brian - 4/16/2009
remember he wil always be with you, and he is in a better place also, talk about it with your friends and family, they will help you through it
Answered By: Amanda - 4/16/2009
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Answered By: Dr.romeo - 4/16/2009
I'm sorry to hear for your lose. Death is a very hard and complicated experience but it is an experience and a very important one in life. I lost my father at the age of 12 and at 24 I can honestly say that the hurt and pain does settle but the memories do not fade away. One main hobby I picked up when I was coping... More
Answered By: Mia - 4/16/2009
find something that keeps you entertained
Answered By: boredomaintainace - 4/16/2009
Cry your eyes out because he was your dad. Pray to whatever and let them know you loved your father. Get on with your life because its what he would have wanted. A parents greatest fear is to out live their children, and he need not worry about that.
Answered By: vee - 4/16/2009
Losing someone can cause to have mental breakdown. In order to avoid this, you must to accept the fact that he is not with you. Just enjoy yourself with your other family member or your friend in order to forget your father's death. It's really hard but there's no other way except t accept it. Just relax and have a... More
Answered By: Arlene - 4/16/2009
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