A dying fathers letter to his daughter

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a dying fathers letter to his daughter

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Published 28.11.2018

Letter To Daddy R.I.P

What would you tell your young children if you knew you were dying? What would you want them to know? For Julie Yip-Williams, the answer is funny, tender and astonishing….

Dying Dad Writes Hauntingly Beautiful Letter To His Daughter

Death is always a surprise. No one expects it. Not even terminal patients think they are going to die in a day or two. In a week, maybe. But only when this particular week is the next week. We are never ready.

Losing a loved is always the hardest thing anyone can go through. This is what happened to Bailey Sellers. The year-old lost her father at a very young age, leaving her to go through her teen years without her biggest supporter. Now, at 21, Sellers has had time to mourn and cope with the death of her father. While she could never forget him, her grief has lessened after all these years. His act has left the internet collectively crying. Most importantly, this surprise reminds everyone how important it is to truly cherish the things that are important in life.

Daughters are a source of immeasurable joy for her parents. Long before a daughter is born, she is deeply loved. Daughters are often a mother's best friend, her ally, and her most precious treasure. For a father, a daughter is often the apple of his eye, his princess. It is no surprise then, that a parent's love for a daughter is so intense and selfless. For this reason, the loss of a daughter can bring on a range of difficult emotions including numbness, guilt, anger, emptiness, disbelief and deep sadness. I see your teardrops falling.

Theresa Coles is from Montreal, Que. She loves spending time with her family and friends, drinking wine, and her Twitter account.
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