My 98-year-old dad, my little buddy, just passed away last week. I had been caring for him for the past 5 years as his age slowly caught up to him, and living with him my entire life. We were so close as a family, my mom and my dad and myself. My mom passed away in 2015. So the routine of caretaking and daily responsibilities was second nature to me and had become my life. He was relatively healthy for that age, but still needed a great deal of attention. I had a great deal of help from my fiancee who also gave him great care. My dad passed away at home in his bed with me there, and did not suffer. I honestly don't know how anything could have been better except that he were to live. He was generally immobile with no use of his legs and limited use of his body in general, probably from lack of activity. Moving him was hard, and we used a Hoyer Lift for bathroom duties. He had some Sundowning, but only a little. I guess my question is probably the same one everyone would have. What are the tips and tricks to get one through the grief process? I don't seem to be able to remember the good things that I did, only the wrong things that I did. I regret not showing him the Tom and Jerry movie ( He loves Tom and Jerry). I regret not sitting down and watching a football game with him. I feel as if we were so busy caring for him that we didn't take time for him. Does anyone have anything they can offer that I could try to get over this horrible feeling? I have great friends and family and I know it's early on in the grief process.. I just thought maybe someone who had experienced something similar might be able to offer me something to hold on to. I have been a member of this forum for quite some time, and have found very useful things to help me while I cared for my dad at home. There are so many great people out there who have had such harder experiences and who have dealt with them so well. I am always in awe of the questions and comments that I read from the things that people are doing to care for their loved ones. I was just hoping someone would be able to throw me a line that I could think about to deal with my feelings. I am a Christian and believe in Jesus, so I know there's a much better place and that he's with my mom and his family. I KNOW we will be together again and that the veil between earth and the afterlife is thin. I would just appreciate hearing what advice those so much more knowledgeable than I may have. Thank you again for this great forum and great people.