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June 26th, 2011, 04:21 PM
Carwen*Angel's Avatar Fly away on my zephyr
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There have been times when I swear I've felt my dad's presence around me. One time in particular was when I visited Beeston Castle with my son last year. I was quite upset that day for other reasons. I shared a love of history with my dad and his two brothers, my Uncle Jack and Uncle Roy who we had already sadly lost, and I am sure I felt them all with me that day.

Are there times when you feel the presence of your lost parent(s)?

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June 26th, 2011, 09:54 PM
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Unfortunately not really anymore. Right after he passed away for the first week or so I had reoccuring realistic dreams about him saying he was ok and was happy. Once I told my stepmom, who was married to him at the time he passed, about the dreams they stopped. I had one or two during my pregnancy about me being able to tell him what I was having and what my due date was. Since then I've only had one, I was having a woes me day, and I dreamt he was giving me a hug, telling me it was ok. I'm really not sure if those were "signs" from him or if it was just something my mind really wanted, but I like to think of them as signs As far as feeling his presence when I am in a room, I've never had that happen.
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June 27th, 2011, 11:28 AM
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My mom died 4.5 years ago, I really felt her those first three days, then we flew home and I haven't felt her since, even once her body came home and we buried her. Its really strange since we were so close.
With my dad, he died 17 years ago, and I think I've felt him 3 times since then, but not recently.

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June 28th, 2011, 01:42 PM
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amrysmomma, I would definitely interpret those as signs. I think it's happened too consistently to you for it to be pure coincidence.

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