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Boy pays visit to neighbor’s disabled cat, only he doesn’t realize everything he does is being filmed

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Sadly there are people wary of animals that don’t realize what to expect from them. As a kitten, Ace had a tough start in life being homeless and having to fend for himself on the street.

Thankfully, a loving family rescued and adopted him however as a result of an infection he lost an eye. His owners say his unusual appearance does frighten some children are frightened so they installed a home security camera to keep an eye on the furry feline.

The camera captured a boy visiting Ace on daily basis, one day his actions were captured on camera. Ace’s owner Norma Maikovich says that the little cat is misunderstood by some of the people he encounters.

He can sometimes seem scary, especially to children,” Norma Maikovich, Ace’s owner,explains. “People are often hesitant to greet him.”

Not everyone who meets this adorable cat feels the sa,e. Ace absolutely loves to spend the days lying in his owner’s driveway so to keep an eye on him, Norma put up a security camera. What she spotted one day warmed her heart.

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Ace has gone viral in a video clip we shared yesterday so we wanted to take the time to share his story. We adopted Ace and his brother Ramsey as kittens and both have one eye due to infection/illness they contracted as strays when they were born. Ramsey is partially blind, but he’s such a sweetheart. His brother Ace acts as his guide and has such a big personality, he’s very adventurous. He likes to sit on the front porch and watch the neighbors. Everyone knows who Ace is! When looking at our cameras, we found that our kid neighbor visits almost every day. It filled our hearts with joy to see our little guy make friends. It just shows that when given a life, a home and a family, animals with disabilities are worth it too. #piratepets #petswithdisabilities #adoptdontshop #oneeyedcatsofinstagram #cats

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In a video you can see how the boy and Ace cuddle and play with each other. It’s obvious that Ace adores his mate.

The cat’s true personality comes out as she’s so gentle with her friend and the boy seems so happy to see her and play with her.

“It melted our hearts, not just seeing how much Ace loves this boy, but how familiar they were to each other!” Norma explains. “Sitting by the front door, as soon as Ace sees his friend, he rushes out to greet him. It’s awesome, this bond they share.”

Ace’s friend no longer needs to sneak into the driveway to play with him; Norma has told the boy he is welcome any time.

A friend of Ace’s is a friend of ours,” she said. “Once we realized that they were fast friends, it made us really happy.”

Take a look at the adorable encounter in the video clip below.

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Dad threw 5-year-old son in Atlantic Ocean to teach him how to swim and then walked away

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Teaching a child how to swim requires two things: a safe setting and a willing candidate.

A 37 year old father was accused of throwing his young son in the Atlantic Ocean in order to teach him how to swim on July 15th as he back flipped off a city pier while the boy struggled in the water.

The scene was enough to upset one witness who decided to confront the man.

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“I said, ‘I can’t take this no more.’ So I went down to the pier, down to the shore and confronted him myself,” Mitch Brown, a former Georgia State Trooper, explains.

Mitch noticed the young boy in the water while he was eating dinner on the Main Street Pier in Daytona Beach, Florida.

“The little kid was out here by himself. Completely by himself. There was nobody around him, no adults,” he said.

Although many people witnessed the upsetting scene, nobody intervened. The five year old child struggled to stay afloat in the deep water, while his father, John Bloodsworth, illegally jumped off the pier repeatedly.

Each time John jumped into the water, he’d swim past his son, throw him into the waves and tell him to learn how to swim.

Mitch walked up to John and brought him to a Daytona Beach police officer. John has since been arrested and now faces possible child abuse charge. When John was in custody he claimed that he was teaching his son how to swim. But Mitch questions the man’s intentions.

The kid was already very visibly upset and crying, and he didn’t want to be there,” Mitch said.

While in custody, John said he was “going to jail for being awesome” and planned on “coming back to the pier to jump off every day.” He faces two charges, child abuse and disorderly intoxication in public. He posted bond and was released the following day.

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He left high school to fight in Vietnam—now this 78-year-old vet finally gets his diploma

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War can most certainly take its toll on the lives of the soldiers involved. This was especially accurate during the Vietnam War, when young men were sent into combat, as they left their families behind.

Many goals were unfulfilled for these veterans, but this story will proves to others that it’s never too late in life to pursue your dreams.

76 year old, Floyd Covey, was only a young man when he was sent to Vietnam, therefore he didn’t even get a chance to complete high school prior to heading overseas.

Covey received a purple heart for his heroics after fighting in the Army during the war. However when he returned to civilian life, he didn’t get to finish high school which disappointed his mother.

Recently, Covey expressed this to a staff member at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center in West Virginia, who encouraged him to go get his diploma.

With assistance from the West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance, he went about completing his diploma and graduated.

He was invited by the Upshur County Board of Education to their high school graduation in May. Unfortunately, due to medical reasons Covey couldn’t attend.

However rather than not celebrating his big day the VA center decided to have a graduation ceremony of their own.

VAMC employees, and fellow veterans and Covey’s brother attended
the ceremony. Dr. Sara Stankus and Dr. Deb Harrison, the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent of Upshur County Schools, also turned up at the ceremony to hand Covey his long-awaited diploma.

During a time in his life while others were graduating he was unable to,” said Stankus, according to the Martinsburg VA. “It is our honor to award his well-deserved diploma.”

Tyray Goerke, a Nutrition and Food Service worker, baked a lovely cake for Covey to mark the occasion. He was sure to credit the woman who inspired his dreams : “This would mean everything to my Mom,” he told the crowd.

This day really proves that no act is too small to help make a difference in our Veterans’ lives,” said Medical Center Director Timothy J. Cooke. “I am glad we were all able to come together to make this day special for Mr. Covey.”

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Doctors Are Urging Parents Everywhere To Keep Their Kids’ Baby Teeth

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Losing a first tooth is exciting for any child. It’s a sign that you’re growing up and getting older. If you’re like most families, it also means money under your pillow in the morning from the “tooth fairy.”

You may have even taken on the time-honored role of the tooth fairy if you grew up with kids of your own and popped some cash under your child’s pillows to celebrate this new stage in their lives.

But what do you do with the tooth after you swap it out for a dollar? Some people keep them as sentimental keepsakes, but many simply toss them. After all, what can a shed baby tooth really do for you?

A study in 2003 showed that baby teeth are a rich source of stem cells, which are like protocells that can be grown into multiple kinds of cells if needed.

That means that if later in life, a child needs replacement tissue for some reason, the stem cells from their baby teeth can be used to grow the needed tissue.

The practice of storing baby teeth could save lives and treat many ailments. Read on to learn more about this amazing process.

Losing baby teeth, or deciduous teeth as they’re properly known, is a rite of passage for kids everywhere. According to the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, most kids lose their first baby tooth around age six and their lastt baby tooth around age 12.

We can all remember that first little wiggle that let us know a change was coming, and then the weird absence of a tooth when it finally fell out. But what we remember the most? The promise of a cash reward, from the tooth fairy!

The tradition of the tooth fairy actually goes back pretty far. Some link it back to old Norse culture, where baby teeth were thought to be good luck.

Other cultures across the world also have certain traditions involving baby teeth. In some cultures, kids throw their baby teeth in the air or onto the ground. In other cultures, kids bury their baby teeth.

Baby teeth really can bring good fortune, but in a more scientific sense. In 2003, a study determined that baby teeth contain stem cells that, if preserved right after falling out, can be stored for years and kept in case of later medical problems in life.

Getting some money from the tooth fairy for a baby tooth is pretty cool, but getting the chance to grow heart cells from an old tooth is even cooler.

In order to preserve the stem cells, the baby teeth have to be kept fresh. Like anything, stem cells degrade and lose their potency over time. Sadly, simply keeping your child’s baby teeth in a box isn’t going to do that.

Instead, parents can use services like Store-A-Tooth to properly preserve their children’s teeth. To use the Store-A-Tooth service, you will need to go to your dentist before you child’s teeth come out.

Your dentist with work with the Store-A-Tooth staff to safely ship your child’s teeth, where the stem cells will be stored for potential future use.

The stem cells are extracted from the teeth and placed in a liquid nitrogen cryopreservation vault, where they will remain intact and usable for years. If later in life, the child needs their stem cells, the samples are taken out of storage and given to their doctor.

Store-A-Tooth is a bit of an investment, but it’s worth the cost to know that your child’s stem cells will always be on hand in the case of a medical emergency. Your kids will probably think it’s really cool that their teeth are still there.

It seems like all the cultures that had superstitions about the power of baby teeth were, in a strange way, actually onto something. If you’d like to know more about storing baby teeth for your children or grandchildren.

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Doctors Claim The Brain Is Still Active After Death And A Person May Actually Know They’re Dead

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The brain is an outstanding organ. There is yet so much to learn about it, and it seems like every day scientists are figuring out more about its unique capabilities.

New research from the NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City suggests that the human brain still works after the heart stops.

Dr. Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research, is leading the study and has spent years studying the human brain. He’s done the largest study on the topic of near-death experiences and is now looking into how the brain functions after death.

Dr. Parnia and his team talked with cardiac arrest patients as well as doctors and nurses and found that the patients who flatlined still had brain function even after being declared dead.

New research is suggesting that the human brain still works after death. That’s right, the brain could still function even after someone has passed away .

The new research comes from the NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City. It is led by Dr. Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research.

Dr. Parnia has done a lot of research on cardiopulmonary resuscitation, human consciousness, and near-death experiences. His research is absolutely fascinating and could have serious implications on how we understand life and death.

According to Dr. Parnia, the brain is still active after death. During the study, Dr. Parnia and his team studied cardiac arrest patients.

Technically speaking, that’s how you get the time of death — it’s all based on the moment when the heart stops,” Dr. Parnia told Live Science. But that’s not necessarily when the brain stops.

What Dr. Parnia found was that the brain wasn’t completely “shut off” when the heart stopped. In fact, the brain keeps working well after the heart stops beating — so even if you’re officially “dead,” your brain may still be functioning.

After seaking to patients, Dr. Parnia found that many of them could recall conversations that the doctors and nurses were having in the room even after their heart stopped beating. Even though these patients were technically considered “dead,” their brains still processed information they were hearing.

They’ll describe watching doctors and nurses working; they’ll describe having awareness of full conversations, of visual things that were going on, that would otherwise not be known to them,” he said.

With this new research, Dr. Parnia suggests that not only does the brain work after death, a person may know that they died because their brain is still functioning after their heart stops.

We’re trying to understand the exact features that people experience when they go through death because we understand that this is going to reflect the universal experience we’re all going to have when we die,” he explained.

Dr. Parnia and his team will continue their research and monitor the brain from “beyond the threshold of death” in order to better aid resuscitation.

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Dad Warns Parents After Toddler’s Feet ‘Basically Melted’ at a Splash Pad

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With the heat in some areas of the country rising to well over 100 degrees, we sometimes forget how risky it can be to go barefoot. Especially true for children, who during the warmer months spend endless time shoeless between the pool, the beach, or even a couple of hours fancy-free at a park.

Parents know that surfaces such as blacktop, concrete, and even metal can reach scorching temperatures when sitting in direct sun, but when water is involved, they are often overlooked.

Dad from Seattle now knows all-too-well about the dangers of letting his son go shoeless after his toddler stepped on a scorching area at a local splash pad and ended up with second-degree burns.

Andrew Sechrist, who is a dad of four, took his kids to a local park, hoping to make the most out of their summer.

The family travelled to the Georgetown Playfield on July 26. “Everything was going well for about 15 minutes,” the dad explains. But then his 17-month-old son, Jackson, suddenly started wailing “I saw Jackson off to the side, about five feet from a water toy. I ran over, thinking he had fallen, to console him,” Sechrist says.

I picked him up and took him to a different section of the water area, but he was still inconsolable.” Sechrist says that he sat his son down and tried to dry him off, but something was wrong when he got to Jackson’s feet.

“I could feel the heat coming off of them,” he says. “I looked down and noticed that the skin had basically melted on the bottoms of both of his feet.”

Jackson had been walking across a metal electrical grate, which in the sun had risen to temperatures well over 100 degrees. Andrew SechristIn explained in an interview that his son’s feet “were white” and in horrible condition.

Sechrist explained that the grate was on the ground close to the splash pad, reached about 130 degrees.”Just putting my hand on here like that, I can’t keep it here for half a second, and my 1-1/2-year-old son walked across [it],” Sechrist remarks.

Schrist told his wife to take his other three kids home while he rushed Jackson to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Sechrist tells us that the doctors at Seattle Children’s gave his son medicine for the pain but ultimately doctors decided that the tot should be transferred to Harborview Medical Center to be seen by a specialist in the burn unit there.

At Harborview, doctors told Sechrist that Jackson had developed second-degree burns. They drained Jackson’s blisters and bandaged his legs, and they told the dad that the little boy would have to be monitored overnight.

“All in all, it was an extremely difficult 24 hours for a 17-month-old kid,” Sechrist says. Andrew SechristJackson was finally discharged on Friday morning, but Sechrist claims his son will have to wear bandages up to his knees for the next 10 to 15 days. “If I could switch places with him, I would in a heartbeat,” he lamented.

Sechrist says that his son “is recovering well. [He] was able to put some weight on his feet last night.”My whole purpose of sharing this story is to get the word out to other parents so that this doesn’t happen to anyone else,” he adds.

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Couple with Down syndrome crowned prom king and queen by classmates – let’s give our congratulations

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Two teenagers, who both have Down syndrome, have been crowned prom king and queen after a vote from their classmates.

Apparently 16-year-olds Amelie Barker and Dylan Hughes were “thrilled” to learn that they had won, with Dylan not wanting to take his crown and sash off even after he had gotten home.

The two were given the title at Monmouth Comprehensive School in Monmouthshire, Wales, after winning a poll undertaken by their fellow students.

Dylan and Amelie have known each other since they were three years old but started officially dating in March of this year.

The pair didn’t go to the same primary school with each other, but were then reunited at Monmouth Comprehensive School and soon became fast friends.

Dylan’s mother, Victoria, said: “They have become very close over the last 18 months and we all started to realise there was a romance going on.

 “The manager and staff were really helpful, they kept an eye and had my telephone number just in case.

“Dylan and Amelie were so excited, I was the one that was a bit nervous. I wanted to hide in the car around the corner.

“But it went off beautifully, they really enjoyed their first date just like any other teenagers.”

Things continued to blossom from there for the sweethearts. They spent loads of time together, taking trips to the movies, amongst other things at the weekends and in the evenings.

“It’s got quite serious and they are declaring everlasting love for each other,” Victoria continued.“There was only ever going to be one girl that Dylan wanted to take to the prom.

“Their school friends think it’s very sweet and we knew they had planned a surprise at the prom. “The evening was in full swing when we had a call to say Dylan and Amelie had been voted prom king and queen. They both thought it was fabulous.”

What a fantastic and heartwarming gesture to make by the other kids at the school. It did look like Dylan and Amelie had an amazing time at their prom.

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Mom Explains Why Her 7 ‘Feral’ Kids Have No Rules And Don’t Even Have To Attend School

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Gemma and Lewis Rawnsley live in northern England with their seven children: Skye is 13, Finlay is 12, Phoenix is 9, Pearl is 8, Hunter is 5, Zephyr is 3, and Woolf is 1.

None of the Rawnsley children go to school — and no, they’re not homeschooled. Gemma and Lewis just don’t believe their kids should have to follow rules created by adults.

Instead, these so-called “feral” kids get to make all their own decisions. They choose how they want to dress, what they want to eat, what activities they want to do each day, and when they want to go to bed each night.

Gemma says she doesn’t want her kids to have to grow up too quickly. Her children are allowed to swear, dye and cut their own hair, get tattoos and piercings, and do lots of other “adult” activities.

The 35-year-old mother wants her seven little ones to really get to enjoy being children, so she doesn’t set boundaries for them. Each of her children make their own decisions regarding food, clothing, and activities they take part in.

One child might be chopping wood with an axe outside while another cuts their own hair. It’s not uncommon in the Rawnsley house for the kids to be doing things other parents would disapprove of.

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Gemma and Lewis believe their kids should be allowed to be kids even if that means they don’t have to follow certain rules. They don’t have to go to school, they can use inappropriate language, and they can set their own bedtimes.

The children are able to do basically anything they want. From choosing what they do each day to getting piercings and tattoos, they don’t really have any boundaries. “I make calculated decisions so if something seems dangerous I know it has risk attached, but the benefits are that they learn responsibility,” explains Gemma.

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Gemma knows some people think she has a “feral” family, but she doesn’t see it that way.

She explains, “It’s about letting them make decisions, it’s not a feckless attitude where we sit back and let it all happen. It looks like we’re feral, but that’s just one side of us. Feral is left to your own devices, but these kids are brought up to the nth degree.”

None of the Rawnsley kids attend school. Instead, they spend their days at home or at the park doing whatever is most fun.

I didn’t have a stable upbringing,” explains Gemma. “My mission has been about helping my kids have the most interesting, fun and happy lives in a house filled with the love I never had.”

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Gemma grew up in a loveless home fraught with violence, she wants her kids to have a completely different experience.

They plan to raise their kids with one mission: to help them lead interesting, happy, fun, and fulfilling lives.

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Gemma just wants to give them the freedom to live. She weighs all the pros and cons of everything her kids ask to do. If she thinks the kids can learn something from the experience, she’ll let them proceed.

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Many people might feel that letting kids swing pick axes is too dangerous, but Gemma sees it as a calculated decision to help teach her children responsibility.

The Rawnsley parents don’t believe school is necessary for all kids — they can learn a lot just from experiencing life.

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When 8-year-old Pearl wanted to shave her head one day, her hairdresser mom simply handed her the clippers and told her how to do it.

The kids may be a bit behind in academics, but they have a lot of life experience that other kids don’t have.

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Skye and Finlay, the two eldest kids, originally went to school, but then Gemma and Lewis decided the schooling system wasn’t right for their family. The rest of the kids have learned everything at home — Gemma and Lewis happily teach their kids anything they want to know, but they don’t force their kids to learn a specific curriculum.

Nine-year-old Phoenix never went to school, and he didn’t want to learn to read until six months ago. Once he expressed interest Gemma and Lewis began teaching him.

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When the kids are interested, their parents teach them how to read and write, but they don’t give them any exams or follow any official curriculum.

The only rules the kids are forced to follow are not to lie, or be offensive, and don’t hurt anyone. Despite people thinking it’s weird, Gemma says they get a lot of compliments on their children’s behaviour.

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Steve Irwin’s Daughter Bindi Opens Up About How She’s Continuing His Legacy 12 Years Later

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Twelve years have went by since Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin passed away. His daughter, Bindi Irwin, was just 8 years old at the time, and her father’s death continues to affect her to this day.

Bindi has now opened up about what it was like to lose her dadat such a young age.

I remember people coming up to me and saying, ‘I’m sorry for your loss, sweetheart. Time heals all wounds.’ But that’s just not true,” Bindi said. “It’s like losing a part of your heart, and when you’ve lost that, you never get it back.”

We really do try every day to make him proud and follow in his footsteps,” Bindi said.

Steve Irwin was one of the most beloved figures in nature television before he passed away in 2006.

He hunted enormous crocodiles with a smile and plenty of fearless charm while he educated many people about wildlife conservation.

Steve was filming a new documentary, Ocean’s Deadliest.

While on a diving trip off the coast of Australia, the 44-year-old was fatally attacked by a stingray. His death was a complete shock. The worst of all, Steve left behind his wife and two young children when he passed. He had a daughter, Bindi, 8, and a son, Robert, 2.

Bindi is now 20 years old and coming into her own passion for wildlife twelve years later. She has recently began a new wildlife TV show with their mom, Terri and brother Robert, 15.

They’ve also worked to expand the Australia Zoo, where they continue to live and work. In October, the Irwins returned to television without Steve for the first time with a new Animal Planet show, Crikey! It’s the Irwins.

They’ve also worked on expanding the Australia Zoo since Steve’s death.

“I sure hope dad would be proud,” Bindi explains. “We really do try every day to make him proud and follow in his footsteps. I hope that somewhere he’s out there going, ‘Yes! You did good!’”

The two children have lived at the Australia Zoo their entire lives.

Our house is right in the middle — we have crocodiles on one side and tigers on the other,” Bindi explained.

The family wouldn’t have it any other way. “No matter where we go, or what we do, we’ll always come back here,” Robert added. “This is our passion. It’s a part of us and Australia Zoo will always be home.”

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10 Things About You That Change When You Lose Your Parents

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Despite death being a natural and inevitable part of life, it can be extremely difficult when we are left behind in the wake of a loved one’s passing. When it’s a parent it can be especially difficult as it’s always a life-changing event.

If you have experienced parental loss here are some helpful resources at the end for anyone who needs support with grief and coping.

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1. You Become More Anxious

Stressful situations become harder to deal with, as well as ordinary responsibilities seem overwhelming. It becomes clear that you’re worrying more. And research shows that people who’ve experienced grief from losing a parent are more likely to struggle with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse.

2. Not Coping With People Complaining About Their Parents

Normally people complaining about their parents wouldn’t faze you, but suddenly you’re finding yourself annoyed by their negative remarks. It’s natural to wish you could give anything for those long-winded voicemails, family recipes, and embarrassing nicknames. It’s part of the healing process.

3. Feeling Grief in Your Body

It is as if every cell in your body is dealing with the trauma of losing your parent. And in a way it is, because a person can actually get physically sick from grief. Men are at a higher risk experiencing a dip in their wellbeing after losing a parent. While you grief don’t forget to take care of yourself. The healing process isn’t just an emotional or spiritual one, it’s also a physical one.

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4. Living with Sadness

Grief has many different stages. You will be on a journey as you come to realize that you’ll never stop missing your parent, but you’ll one day learn to embrace their absence. However, there will still be good days and bad days along the way. But eventually you’ll be able to move forward. However, if you experience severe grief that doesn’t seem to let up after some time, then it may be a good idea to seek medical help.

5. Holidays Have Changed

For most of us, we learned how to celebrate the joy of holidays from our parents. When they are no longer around, the holidays and special occasions suddenly feel lonely. But as time passes, you will learn how to create new meaningful ways of celebrating the holidays without your parents.

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6. Accepting Their Flaws

When you were young, your parents were your heroes, and flawless. But as you aged, you realized that they were regular people, just like you. After they’re gone you’ll find yourself coming to terms with their flaws and mistakes, and eventually you’ll be able to forgive them and see them in a new light.

7. Emotions Become Complicated

Grief is comes in many stages, you can find yourself experiencing sadness, guilt, anger, fear, relief, and numbness all within the space of a couple minutes. Don’t shy away from negative emotions, they’re a part of the healing process.

8. Sibling Relationships Change

Every family unit has its own dynamic, usually held in place by the parents. For some families, when they experience the loss of a parent the grief can sometimes cause conflict between siblings. Sometimes it can also lead to healing broken relationships. Either way, it’ll be a healing process within the family and if you can, rely on each other to support one another through the loss.

9. You Find Yourself Trying to Call Them

One of the most heartbreaking experiences following the loss of a parent is picking up a phone to call your parent regarding either some good news or needing advice, only to realize that they won’t be on the other end.

10. You Learn How Strong Love Is

It is bittersweet when you realize that the love you have for your parent really goes on. It’s a comfort in your sadness, and as you reflect on the times you shared with your parents, you’ll come to appreciate the love you shared with them. And this will help you get through the tough days.

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