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Started by RJ Sep 15, 2012.
I was always a daddy's girl since I was little.
My mom left my dad on dec. 8th,2011 , he fell in the bathroom on dec. 16 and broke his right hip. He went to the hospital and had hip surgery on dec. 19th ;and on the 22nd the hospital gave him detox and sedation meds togather. My dad went brain dead from then on. Longterm hospital thought they could help him, but didn't . My mom stayed in her own little cacoon during this time and refused to see him or make any decisions for him. I had to make the medical decisions. On March 6th ,2012 at 9pm he was put into hospice with my mom's signature to approve it . My dad died on 3-9-2012 at 3pm while I was working . I personally blame my mom for all this stuff happening to him. I don't much talk to her now .
I lost my dad on April 8, 2011. He was diagnosed with Leukemia completely out of the blue. He started chemo, and was in the hospital. He was doing great, but then things started to take a turn for the worse. He had double pneumonia, blood clots, blood infections, and his organs were shutting down. He passed away 4 weeks after being admitted to the hospital.
I have 2 daughters, ages 6 and 3 who my dad was so very close with. I also just had a new baby boy on May 19, 2011. It breaks my heart so much that my dad never got to meet his grandson.
I am such a daddys girl, always have been. I find that I refuse to grieve, I guess if I grieve or cry, it becomes real, and I dont want it to be. I am so lost without him. I dont know how to grieve.
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