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Old 04-16-10, 09:13 PM   #1
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I lost my Dad in 2002. I had been a "daddy's girl" my entire life. Losing my Dad was the most painful experience in my life. I went to you tube and listened to this song over and over. By listening to this song, I was able to really really cry and get it out of my system. The name of the song was "You can let go now Daddy" by Crystal Shawanda.
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Old 04-18-10, 03:50 PM   #2
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Time dosnt change how we feel,we just dont talk out loud about our losses so much.

I have a few songs i listen to that relate to my losses , sometimes i cry other times i just remember.
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Old 07-02-10, 01:41 AM   #3
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Have just listened to the song, I sobbed!
I lost my father 3 1/2 years go.
Have nit ever met anyone else who understood how it feels though, so I am glad I am not alone here.
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Yes, that song is truly amazing!!!! I'm sorry to hear that you too have lost your Dad. No my friend you are not alone.
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i lost my dad when i was four ...
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my dad was so great i wanted to be him. lost him in oct 2008.

hugs to everyone who mourns their hero.
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Lost my dad when I was 7. I know that song and i always fight back the tears whenever i hear it.
I have no memories of my father since i was so young when he passed.
Lately i've been missing him a lot more since i'm going through a few of the highlights of life (driver's license and graduating this year from high school)... I carry around a picture of him in my wallet, makes me feel like he's always close that way....
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My father died in May 2009. I was the last thing he saw in the world as I held his hand and wept my unconditional love. It was the most blessed experience, painful at the time as we were estranged across a lifetime. I never knew how forgiving or how deeply I could love another person until I had this honour.

this song brings me to tears everytime.

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Old 02-17-11, 08:05 AM   #9
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I lost my father 1 year ago in the 11th Feb. I never thought I would ever be able to move....I miss him so much...I went to the War graves and put fresh rosemary, and I told him I had finished uni, and I knew he would be proud. I nursed my dad from the time he was diagnosed until the night he died at home....I washed him and dressed him...combed his hair...and he looked so peaceful...and it was at that point I completely lost the plot..I had held my emotions together through the whole process but when the funeral directors come to get him I locked them out of the room......He is in my thoughts every day.....and he was the first big loss to me in my life...He was a very hard man when I was younger...but my mother is slowly dying and through me looking after her and him...he think he realized that I did everything with unconditional love...and for that we became closer and closer....He told he he love me more than I would ever know, and his last words to me was that the only thing he needed at that very moment was me..........I have the last cloth I wiped his face with in my handbag, I carry his wallet in my bag. I have a huge photo of him when he was in the war in his naval uniform..etc.....these are the things that keep me close to him.....My only regret is that I wanted more of what we had found, love and being able to say it because we could.

I am still suffering, and eventually my mother will pass but she is a strong woman who has very little memory of anything........

To all of you who have lost a dad...don't let anyone tell you that hanging onto things that remind you of your dad to mind their own business...I wore his pyjama top around for three days after he died and my family thought I was going around the twist but it helped..just the smell of him....whatever it takes do it

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I read this post and thought about my daughter. I love her so much and hope that she loves me half as much as you love your father. Just wonderful. Stay strong and know your dad loves you very much
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I lost my father 1 year ago in the 11th Feb. I never thought I would ever be able to move....I miss him so much...I went to the War graves and put fresh rosemary, and I told him I had finished uni, and I knew he would be proud. I nursed my dad from the time he was diagnosed until the night he died at home....I washed him and dressed him...combed his hair...and he looked so peaceful...and it was at that point I completely lost the plot..I had held my emotions together through the whole process but when the funeral directors come to get him I locked them out of the room......He is in my thoughts every day.....and he was the first big loss to me in my life...He was a very hard man when I was younger...but my mother is slowly dying and through me looking after her and him...he think he realized that I did everything with unconditional love...and for that we became closer and closer....He told he he love me more than I would ever know, and his last words to me was that the only thing he needed at that very moment was me..........I have the last cloth I wiped his face with in my handbag, I carry his wallet in my bag. I have a huge photo of him when he was in the war in his naval uniform..etc.....these are the things that keep me close to him.....My only regret is that I wanted more of what we had found, love and being able to say it because we could.

I am still suffering, and eventually my mother will pass but she is a strong woman who has very little memory of anything........

To all of you who have lost a dad...don't let anyone tell you that hanging onto things that remind you of your dad to mind their own business...I wore his pyjama top around for three days after he died and my family thought I was going around the twist but it helped..just the smell of him....whatever it takes do it

Love to all

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