Boy, I'm not afraid of my parents dying, if my parents die I'll finally have no guilt over killing myself which is something to look for
I am 37, lost my mum 9 years ago and my dad this year. Cherosh your parents - could be over quick. :/
Going through it right now. My mom caught covid with severe breathing on top of diabetic issues and had to be taken to the hospital on Christmas Eve. It keeps getting worse and she's currently in intensive care, and my dad is quarantining all by himself, spending the holidays all on his own, and I'm stuck 1500km away, waiting on news every day, worrying about mom's condition and how dad copes with it, bracing myself for the worst. 26 here, and she's only 45.
Im 23, and my mom is about to die..so i guess she wont ever see her grandchildren
I hope I die after my parents, I don't want them to go through the pain of loosing a son, again.
My greatest fear is me dying. Which wouldn't have happened if my parents had just used a condom or had an abortion. Now I have to go through life, which is bad enough anyway, then die horribly. Didn't really need that.
I grew up with my grandparents. Always been really scared of losing them. Unfortunately, my grandpa is dying at this very moment. It’s heartbreaking, but I’m happy for the time I’ve had with him. Take time to be with the people you love. I have and therefore I have no regrets.
I'm 32 and I'm afraid of not being able to forgive to my father what he's done to my family before he will be dead.
You're not alone. Once you hit 30's you start thinking about it. I'm 35 and my parents are 72. So I'm right there with ya. Best tip, start spending more time with them, even if it's just inviting them over (or going to their place) for coffee.