I Have To Survive Another Year Without My Parents

Another year means more things my parents will miss and can’t attend. It also means more advice I could have used from them when things are going downhill. On top of that, it means I have to wake up every day knowing I can’t text or call either of them.

The painful thoughts of reality punch my heart because this sucks. Why do I have to live without my parents? Why can’t they just be living life with me instead of in heaven?

Yeah, yeah. I know my parents watching over me, but you know what that’s not the same. They can’t hug me when I long for their touch. During a hard time, they can’t be here for advice to guide me. It just plain sucks.

I don’t want to go on another year without my parents. But I will because I have so much to live for. Obviously, I wish things turned out differently, but it’s not. I have to accept the fact that my parents are died and not coming back.

As much as I want my mom and dad to be here, I have to accept the fact that they’re not. I can still keep you alive in my heart, traditions, and memories. So I don’t lose them completely and they’re somehow in my life for another year.

Do you like what you’re reading? Check out my page, Kimi Ann-Marie for various of posts about life, mom life, and grieving. Check out my page, Positive Thinking About Parents Death for grieving advice about your mom or dad and reminding yourself you’re not alone.

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