I can only begin to imagine the emotional ordeal you have gone through and must continue to deal with.A good friend of mine lost both her parents to cancer when she was still quite young.As the boomer generation moves into their 60s and 70s (and live longer), this scenario will be played out in more families in the coming years.
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An advice columnist recently received the following letter: “Help!
My mother died recently after 45 years of marriage to my dad, and he has now rekindled a relationship with an old classmate from high school.
Having your own father ask you for dating advice would, I suspect, top almost anyone's list.
But that's precisely what I found myself doing last Christmas, when I was home for a visit.
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The below question was sent in from a 17 year old girl from Virginia.
I lost my mother about a year ago and my father fell into a clinical depression. I fell into the “care taker” role and never really had a chance to mourn the death of my mother. Do you think it’s right for him to be seeing another woman so soon after the death of my mother?
Like I said, it has now been about a year and he seems to be doing much better. Dear Catherine, Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother.
Things are moving very quickly with quitting jobs and talk of a coming marriage. “I want my dad to be happy and fulfilled and not lonely, but I feel like I am losing my family unit as I knew it all over again and losing my dad to this woman.
And then I’m hearing horror stories of parents who remarry late in life creating financial, legal and emotional havoc for everyone. ” This is not an isolated incident that only few adult children encounter.
Your parent just has to have some fun time to get things off their minds..!!