Members ThomasP Posted July 2, 2012 Members Report Share Posted July 2, 2012 My beloved father passed July 7, 2010, and over the last two years, I have found my anger of his passing getting stronger. I've been seeing a grief counselor, I have friends that have consoled me, listened to me, and cried with me, and yet, the anger I feel with my dad's passing has not relinquished. I am angry at God for taking him, and in the way he took him. I am angry at the doctors who I thought could have done a better job caring for my dad. But, I have never been angry at my father. He didn't ask for the cancer. How can I be angry at my dad, who accepted his cancer with grace, who accepted the treatments, and when it was discovered that it was not working, he resigned himself to his impending death with incredible bravery. He left this world with his family around him.How can I be angry at dad? I miss him more than words can describe.And yet, the anger rages in me because my dad is gone, and he is not coming back.How have you dealt with your anger when you've lost a loved one? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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