Anonymous asked: I don’t know why I’m asking this, but u seem to have a lot of answers. my dad is really sick. hes going to die, and i dont know what to do…
Spend time with him. Record conversations you have, so you’ll always be able to hear his voice. If able, ask him to write you a letter. It doesn’t need to be long or overly sentimental, just his own words, in his own handwriting.
Take pictures. Ask questions. Hold his hand, and hug him as much and as often as possible. Make sure he knows how much he means to you, and how much you love him.
Cherish and savor every remaining moment you have together. Whether it’s 10 days, a month, or 5 years—it will never be enough.
Know that it’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be sad and angry. No one is ever truly prepared to lose a parent.
Stay strong. Take care of your mom. Make your dad proud.
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