Lives of My Fathers
How long will this be my life? Despite the hard adjustment, there is a silver lining. I have spent more time with him in the past few months than in the past 10 years. Turns out, caregiving will be my role for a while. I still have my dad.
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I Know My Father Lives
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Let people know they matter. As I read the condolences and remarks of strangers to me who lives were touched by Dad, their words tell me that he often left them feeling better about themselves.
Kim Childs is a Boston-area certified life and career coach specializing in Positive Psychology, creativity and midlife transitions. Click here to learn more and schedule a free initial consultation in person or via phone or video chat. Dear Kim, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. He sounded like such an amazing man and touched so many. There is something so special about the bond between a father and daughter. I am with you in thought and prayer.
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With deep sympathy, Stacey. You make his character live on. I wish you and your family all the best as you each go through your processes. You really give us a true glimpse of what he was like. Hope all your dearest memories give you and your family peace. I, too had a special bond with my Dad and I lost him at the age of Much love to you, Kim, as you go through this time of memories of your Dad, both happy and sad.
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He sounds like an amazing man who will live on in your actions, thoughts, and heart. He is in my heart. No worries, your dearest father is in a very loving place now and watching over you from there. May his soul rest in peace and may God help you embrace pain and burn it as a fuel for the long journey of your healing. And, I am so inspired and touched by your tribute to him.
You are so walking your talk as you tell us the stories of all the positive things you learned from him. What a contribution and legacy to leave in the place that you lived your life.
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I hope I can say that at the end of my days, and you are lucky to have an example of that in your dad. Thanks as always, for sharing, dear Kim — my heart is with you. To see deeply into another person is one of the greatest gifts we can give. Dear Kim, I am sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. Your tribute to him is beautiful and gave me a real feel for him. He sounded alot like my own Dad in many ways.
Thinking of you and your family during this tough time. Dear Kim, I am very sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing your story.