Question: What is the hardest age to lose a parent?

The worst age to lose a parent is when you dread it the most Among people between the ages of 35 and 44, only one-third of them (34%) have experienced the death of one or both parents. For people between 45 and 54, though, closer to two-thirds have (63%).” The worst age to lose a parent is when theyre sick or dying.

How losing a father affects a daughter?

Studies suggest that daughters have more intense grief responses than sons, but men who lose their parents may be slower to move on. Grief becomes pathological, according to the DSM, when the bereaved are so overcome that they are unable to carry on with their lives.

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