My dad keeps saying he's going to die when we fight?

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My dad has type 1 diabetes, heart issues, blood pressure problems, doesn't eat healthily, is 56 nearly 57, and his dad amnd sister died of heart attacks around his age. Im only 14 and my siblings are all younger than me and i'm scared he's going to die soon. For someone like him, what age do you think he would die?

Second of all, as the title says, my dad always says that he's going to die or mentions dying whenever we argue. The last time we had a major fight he said im making his end of his life miserable. He keeps saying he's nearly 60 and he's nearly dying etc. If he dies not only would i be so depressed, but my family literally depends on him to survive. My mum doesn't have a drivers license, can't speak english (even though she's lived in england for 19 years), has no education certificates (she regrets this deeply as she quit university when she was younger and she was going to be in medicine but quit for some reason). She doesnt know what is needed to live life normally. Idk what to do or feel. Everysingle time he has to bring it up. And it makes me scared. Every single day, every single hour i think about his age and this has warped my vision of the world too. What do I do?
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Because TSR users can predict when people will die.
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Because TSR users can predict when people will die.

You got some brain damage or something?
No but i just want to know the average age of death if someone has health and age issues like that
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Because TSR users can predict when people will die.

You got some brain damage or something?
don't be mean. he/she is just worried
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don't be mean. he/she is just worried
Thank you so much!
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Bump I really need replies
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Aww im so sorry. He shouldn't do that
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My dad has type 1 diabetes, heart issues, blood pressure problems, doesn't eat healthily, is 56 nearly 57, and his dad amnd sister died of heart attacks around his age. Im only 14 and my siblings are all younger than me and i'm scared he's going to die soon. For someone like him, what age do you think he would die?

Second of all, as the title says, my dad always says that he's going to die or mentions dying whenever we argue. The last time we had a major fight he said im making his end of his life miserable. He keeps saying he's nearly 60 and he's nearly dying etc. If he dies not only would i be so depressed, but my family literally depends on him to survive. My mum doesn't have a drivers license, can't speak english (even though she's lived in england for 19 years), has no education certificates (she regrets this deeply as she quit university when she was younger and she was going to be in medicine but quit for some reason). She doesnt know what is needed to live life normally. Idk what to do or feel. Everysingle time he has to bring it up. And it makes me scared. Every single day, every single hour i think about his age and this has warped my vision of the world too. What do I do?
You have just literally described perfectly how and why cultural practices can be so ridiculous. How is it that your mum can live in England for 19 years snd not speak English? Incredible.
And your dad is suffering. He had kids later in life and with his health problems and his inconsiderate kids behaviour he is in despair about what to do so he tries to guilt trip his ungrateful unthinking kids into behaving properly so that his health problems don't get worse even quicker.
If i were him i would abandon the family and go and seek medical care somewhere. And lets the kids figure it all out afterwards!
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(Original post by mgi)
You have just literally described perfectly how and why cultural practices can be so ridiculous. How is it that your mum can live in England for 19 years snd not speak English? Incredible.
And your dad is suffering. He had kids later in life and with his health problems and his inconsiderate kids behaviour he is in despair about what to do so he tries to guilt trip his ungrateful unthinking kids into behaving properly so that his health problems don't get worse even quicker.
If i were him i would abandon the family and go and seek medical care somewhere. And lets the kids figure it all out afterwards!
Was there any need to be so unpleasant to the OP ?
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You might want to tell your mother she needs to be able to speak the language of whereveer she is living for that length of time, not being able to is just making life needlessly difficult for everyone.

Nobody can predict someone's death so we can't help you there.
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