melina Posted October 17, 2010 Report Share Posted October 17, 2010 I had two sons home this weekend and talked to the two others on the phone. It's clear that they're all grieving over the loss of their father. Their ages are 19, 22, 24 and 26, so technically they're adults, but that doesn't make their pain any less difficult. I find it just as hard to see their pain and hear about their grief as it is to feel it myself. I ache for them and wish they did not have to go through this. They should be happily at work in school and having fun with their friends. They're all moving along with their lives, but it breaks my heart to see them cry and hear about how much they miss their dad. I wish I could take over their pain and carry it all for them. It couldn't get any harder for me than it is now anyway. I have to wonder if they'll suffer from this. Their father's death was traumatic and a huge shock for all of us. I'm worried this will affect them later and cause them psychological damage. Melina Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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