No one in the world can replace parents. It is rightly said, God cannot be everywhere, so he created parents.
Parental death is the most significant turmoil that can be brought in one's life, especially if it comes without a warning sign.
You might feel the ticking of the clock if you know your loved one is suffering from a fatal disease and have few weeks left. The only way that it helps is, you get mentally prepared for the loss.
Psychological effects of losing a parent are lifelong especially if you are quite young. A toddler would not realise what he is missing until late enough but a teen would feel the pinch throughout his life. The tragedy is that a vast majority of people in your age group would not have experienced such a setback which of course makes it difficult to fathom but not any less real.
Life seems cruel when you want to roam freely and enjoy things around you along with your parents, and suddenly your pillars of strength just vanish. The feeling that you are never going to see them again physically is heart-wrenching.
Read on to believe what actually happens when you lose a loved one.
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