I'm very sorry for your loss. I hope that you were able to make many lasting memories with your father. Alzheimer's is truly the worst and I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. Just know you'll always have our support here if you ever need it, and thank you for sharing something so personal with us.
Post by Lorenzo Alcazar on Oct 3, 2018 8:56:23 GMT -5
I'm so sorry for your loss. My father and I are very close. I know when he dies I'm going to be absolutely devastated.
And as far as Alzheimer's goes, my grandmother suffered from that, and it was very difficult to see her be less and less of the person who we knew and loved. It was almost like she died twice, because for years she was alive, but she was a shell because she didn't know who she was, who we were....it was awful.
Terribly sorry to hear about your loss. Hope you are doing as well as you can given the situation. As others have said, it is absolutely horrible to lose a parent, and I dread the day I have to live that. I can't imagine what you are feeling, but I am saying a prayer for you, and, although we aren't friends IRL, if you need someone to talk to, message me.
Lost my grandmother a few weeks ago. She had dementia for years and went into the hospital with pneumonia and was gone in a week. The positive part was her viewing she looked like the grandma I grew up with. She looked beautiful and not sick. Thats how I will always remember her.
There are no words to say to comfort someone when going through a loss like yours, or any of somebody close to you. You'll have good and bad days and some worse. Best thing you can do is remember the great times and be happy you got to have them. Remember him for his great days not his bad.
So very sorry for your loss.
Last Edit: Oct 5, 2018 14:18:22 GMT -5 by Joey Cush
No. He's too lazy and unreliable. He will NEVER be trusted with the world title. If Jeff Hardy wins the world title, I'll cut my penis off. You can quote that!