I don't know how many times I've been told to get over cancer its certainly a loss that sticks wih you forever. The hardest thing is losing my dad at a young age I was 3 my sisters were 1 & 5 it's so sad that I don't remember his voice or what his faveroite colours are. Grief has affected me and the ones I know differently my dad named me so grief is always a lingering thing it's a mind blurr and you start to panic and break down crying. My mum cries around my dads family I think what makes me more upset is how forgotten my dad is to some of my other family members I feel that often its my mums side and my dads side of the family are non existsant I and my sisters make a concious effort to be close to my dads side. I wonder what other sorts of grief are out there regarding cancer
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