Comfort from my Father/u/WinterZephyr88

The Paranormal | March 9, 2023

Comfort from my Father/u/WinterZephyr88

My Father passed away very suddenly in November 2021, he suffered a massive brain haemorrhage and was gone before he hit the ground.

Dad is my hero - he was the Daddest of all Dads. I got through the intense grieving period pretty okay, but I still have some pretty icky moments where I suddenly remember he's gone and I have a wee breakdown.

I was having one such breakdown tonight - particularly bad. I was begging Dad to show me he was still around and crying like a giant baby. Two things in a row happened that may seem pretty whatever to others but was significant for me: My friend sent me a snap of his new cat, which he named Dave - My Dad's name. Then immediately after this, one of my monitors woke up even though I was I am 100% certain I shut down my computer because I always do, and up popped my companies screen saver with their slogan - "We're One" I was immediately overwhelmed by this sense of total peace and comfort. Warm like I had been wrapped in an invisible hug.

I just wanted to share one of my experiences with my Dad to hopefully bring a little comfort to someone who has lost someone they love dearly - they are with you. Speak to them like you would if they were there in the flesh and you'll pick up on little things they do to show they're listening, and they love you in death just as much as they did in life.

And always remember: be gentle with yourself. Healing isn't linear, give yourself some grace. You will be okay!

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[link] [comments]My Father passed away very suddenly in November 2021, he suffered a massive brain haemorrhage and was gone before he hit the ground. Dad is my hero - he was the Daddest of all Dads. I got through the intense grieving period pretty okay, but I still have some pretty icky moments where I suddenly remember he's gone and I have a wee breakdown. I was having one such breakdown tonight - particularly bad. I was begging Dad to show me he was still around and crying like a giant baby. Two things in a row happened that may seem pretty whatever to others but was significant for me: My friend sent me a snap of his new cat, which he named Dave - My Dad's name. Then immediately after this, one of my monitors woke up even though I was I am 100% certain I shut down my computer because I always do, and up popped my companies screen saver with their slogan - "We're One" I was immediately overwhelmed by this sense of total peace and comfort. Warm like I had been wrapped in an invisible hug. I just wanted to share one of my experiences with my Dad to hopefully bring a little comfort to someone who has lost someone they love dearly - they are with you. Speak to them like you would if they were there in the flesh and you'll pick up on little things they do to show they're listening, and they love you in death just as much as they did in life. And always remember: be gentle with yourself. Healing isn't linear, give yourself some grace. You will be okay! submitted by /u/WinterZephyr88 [link] [comments]

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