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Name: velvet.
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my dad died when i was eight, i'm sixteen now. but i still need someone to talk to. it's harder because he commited suicide, and didnt leave any explanation. i have a brother, who it hit harder at the time, but i cant talk to him, i dont know why. i'm finding it so hard. every day its worse. i'm never going to see him again, and it kills me. please help me, anyone?
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Name: aubrey91 | Date: Jun 24th, 2010 3:27 AM
wow thats gotta be tough im sorry to hear that...i never met my real father im 18 now..my ex boyfriends dad commited suicide its tough i can only imagine..well i dnt know if you belive in god but if you do and your saved you will see him in heaven really soon cause life on earth might seem long but compared to eternity in heaven with the lord and all your loved ones and friends and family will be up there waiting for you..they say we will remember earth but not the bad just the good stuff..so keep your head up you sound like a strong person if you made it this far..just know that this mortal life isnt forever its going to be so much better when you get to heaven to be with your dad again and you wont remember the bad stuff it will be like it never happened..so stay close to god he loves you very much!! dont stop praying he hears you!!!!! 

Name: steven | Date: Aug 30th, 2010 5:41 AM
my dad was my best friend, so I can understand how you feel. I lost my baby brother when i was six and that left me to grow up to be an only child. I had no one to talk to after dad died. Me and mom do not get along very well. i heard many people talking about God being their father so I started reading the bible and found much comfort there without all the religious church things. if you do not like to read there are cd's with the words being read. I found something on the net where this band sings all the words of the Psalms with cool music and it is free to download all the songs (MP3's) www.reverbnation.com/u4yah you might find some comfort in listening to this. 

Name: Carol | Date: Oct 7th, 2010 8:44 PM
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I lost my sister to suicide and she left 3 children. The are now grown up with families of their own. We all missed her and I know the heartache and the panic you feel when you know you will never see them again. We all found comfort in visiting the grave site and sitting there talking with her and even going along to suicide support groups. You are not alone in this, there is support out there to help to come to terms with what happened and how you are feeling. Reach out to them. Please also know that you could not have helped your father, they are at a place we cant go. He will be out of his pain now and will be still their with you. Please find a support group to help you. It will be hard to go the first time but you will feel a lot better once you have opened up to them as they all will know what you are going through. 

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