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Ordinarily death would not have touched my life with such emphasis howeverwhen one of my parents passed away the effect hit me hard I learned several thingsabout life and death Having to cope with my fathers death at age twelve left meembarrassed resentful and envious I never knew my father as well as I should have butthat was my fault I chose my mother instead of my fatherI was a mothers son a mommas boy as some said behind my back I did nothave the same interests as my father He liked to hunt work on cars and do other outsideactivities I did not like killing animals getting dirty or even getting hot therefore Istayed inside the house with my mother I chose not to be around my father and not tohelp him Basically I chose not to have a relationship with my father Not learning any ofhis lessons not having any fatherly advice and not having a father figure left me feelingSpending my teenage years without a father left me feeling embarrassed resentfuland envious My dad was supposed to be there for me He was supposed to answer thoseguy questions Embarrassment is a big reason that I still do not know the answers to allthose questions My dad left me He was not supposed to do that to me Everyone elsehad a dad to look over them to take care of them and to talk with them yet I did nothave that benefit My dad died before I could really do anything Dealing with his deathat age twelve is what I got to do with my fatherWhen my father passed away I was twelve and I did not understand the reality ofdeath at that time My father was diagnosed with a brain tumor when I was eight I justthought that he was sick and I never realized the severity of a brain tumor until later on inmy life He was in and out
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