Sudden death of my only daughter

Ishrat - posted on 06/13/2013 ( 9 moms have responded )

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My daughter Fara died on 3 June in a hospital at Torrance, Los Angles, no fatal disease except high fever. Her untimely death has broken me. I don't now how I will live without her. I'm also 60 years old.

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User - posted on 06/18/2013

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Sending hope and prayers at your side. Im really sorry for the loss of both special ones to you.

Gena - posted on 06/18/2013

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I am very sorry for your loss.My sister died at the age of ten.I dont know what to say...
Its so difficult to find words for such a tragedy. I send you a big hug! And never forget that she is in a better place.

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Ruby - posted on 06/19/2013

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I'm sorry for your loss. Just remember you will see her again. I'm sure she is watching over you as I speak. When your time comes she'll be there to greet you. Hold to your good memories with her, those will help you through this.

Carol - posted on 06/17/2013

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I'm so sorry for your loss. My husband died a year ago. He's my best friend just about since we met, but as hard as it's been for me and our boys, I've always believed that it's worse for my in-laws. I can't imagine losing my babies no matter what their age. There are support groups for people that lose loved ones. I've found one called Grief Share. You can look it up online and find one near you. I'm sure there are others. Your doctor should have a list of groups or places you can go to for help. I've found that even with awesome friends and relatives, the only ones that truly get it are the ones that have been through it themselves.

Janet - posted on 06/16/2013

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Your angel will ALWAYS be with you. God has blessed us with something that ALWAYS will keep her there....your memory. You can visit her whenever you want....any time, any day.
I will pray hard for you.......

Janet

Kathleen - posted on 06/14/2013

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it is unbelievable to lose a child, the loss is unbearable, there are lots of things you can do to make yourself better. Stay busy, do Charity work for unwed mothers, and you can be an adopted grandma. Pray for God to help you, get involved with your community. Go to Church,or Temple.

Chrissy - posted on 06/13/2013

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I am sorry for your loss. I can't imagine being without my children. Remember the good times and pray for help with your grieving. God bless!

Ishrat - posted on 06/13/2013

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Please someone let me know how could I believe that my 30.years unmarried only daughter died only in high fever. Sbd was my everything. My old age stick.

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