Re: My Dad is going to die...WHAT?
I'm sorry. I lost my dad 13 years ago this week, when I was 27. I can tell you must be quite a bit younger than I was. I agree with Cathy, and try to spend as much time as you can with him. I lost my mom a few years before so my dad was my everything. He put my first bike together, he searched alone for my first car to surprise me, and I could go on and on. I had a few months knowing I was going to lose my dad once he was put on hospice for lung disease, and there were times I just didn't feel I could watch him suffer any more and I pulled back a little. It's okay to do whatever you need to do. Some days you will feel like you never want to leave his side and some days you will hurt so much it will take everything you've got to even see him for a few minutes. Please talk with him, hug him, and thank him. Be as strong as you can around him. HUGS!