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10 minutes ago, Batya33 said:

Yes I know we all experience grief differently. I am so sorry you went and are going through that.  My mother was relieved he was no longer suffering and she'd been his caretaker for decades (he died from alzheimers).  In the last 5 years I haven't been devastated but have had thoughts about him that surprise me as far as the extent to which I cared for him.  I did love and respect him.

Yes, it does surprise the depth of caring at times. 
 

I in no way respected my father as person or my father but I did love and pity him immensely. I pitied his physical and mental health struggles and loved him as my father and a human being. I am crying even writing this as I miss him so much. He had his good moments. ❤️

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48 minutes ago, Seraphim said:

Yes, it does surprise the depth of caring at times. 
 

I in no way respected my father as person or my father but I did love and pity him immensely. I pitied his physical and mental health struggles and loved him as my father and a human being. I am crying even writing this as I miss him so much. He had his good moments. ❤️

Yes it's never all one way or even two ways, right?

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