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A child with both parents involved in their life is becoming extremely rare After a parent has left or abandoned their family it is difficult for the child or spouse to forgive and forget the damage that has been done Liz Taylor did not meet her father until she was fourteen years old because he left her mom before she was born Although her dad ran off to do his own thing Liz forgave her father and gave him the chance to make up for lost time As time passed by Liz was able to get to know her father and enjoyed spending quality time with him When she was fifteen her parents remarried Life was great for Liz The hole from her dad not being there was finally filled in The ability to forgive and forget made it possible for Liz Taylor to know her fatherAs four years passed by Lizs father became ill He began having unbearable stomach pains that was diagnosed as cancer in April of 2004 The effects of the cancer became more severe as time passed by Not even a month after the diagnosis Liz received a phone call from her fathers nurse saying the words she will never forget She asked me if I wanted him to come home or keep him staying there in the hospital because he would die either way basically saying there was nothing else they could doTaylor The decision was made for him to stay hospitalized instead of taking him home Not even two hours later her fathers doctor called telling her and her family to come to the hospital because her father would not live through the night Liz walked into the silent hospital room to see her dad laying there dying slowly He was wearing an eye patch on one eye while watching blood ooze out behind the other eye socket The tone of the room was uncomfortable because it was silent
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