It is so weird that i learned of this support group just half an hour ago. All thanks to Sue who commented on my journal. I lost my father in 1983 he was 46 years old leaving my mother with 6 children aged from 15 down to 4. I turned 11 the week before Daddy died, of a brain haemmorhage, very sudden in his bed. Tomorrow will be the 25th anniversary of his death but it doesnt take anniversaries to make us miss our father's presence. I just lost my aunt on Sunday past, (Daddy's sister, aged 81) and im finding this week very very difficult. Thank you for letting me join this group and maybe my tears will stop at some stage this morning.
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