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Emilyella

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About Emilyella

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    USA
  • Loss Type
    Father to cancer
  • Angel Date
    April 29,2014
  1. my dad will never be the same

    I can relate to you. Two years ago (when I was 16) my father was diagnosed with Lung cancer. He was still himself mostly, but last year he had a stroke and cancer was found in his brain. He started getting reallly confused and forgetting things, seeing things, and the list goes on and on, At 17 I was his only caretaker and i often felt like a parent, I always said it was like he had already died and it wasnt him in that body, But remember that he still needs you and that it may seem like he is gone, but he will always be in your heart and that he will be in peace someday. My dad passed away two months ago and it is really difficult, but parents are forever angels and will always somehow be with us.
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