Hi, I have been on DS for a while, and I decided to come here and share my story and support. My father died 14 years ago; I was 14. I really didn't start dealing with his death until I was about 21 or 22. I am here to tell you all we will always miss them, but it does get better! I still cry when I feel the need to do so; I don't think that will ever go away. If anyone needs someone to vent to or listen, I am here!
HUGS to all,
HUGS to all,
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