Many people like to think that as people head towards death, especially if they can foresee it, either through illness or age, they try to make amends or at least heal the wounds of those they hurt. But that is not always the case.
Old age is no guarantee of repentance or of regret, and it's a harsh reality for those who have been emotionally run over by an individual, waiting for the moment where they are offered an apology, or at least an understanding of the hurt they have caused. Even if their plea for forgiveness is not accepted, they make an attempt. But in truth there are people who have no remorse, and they are as unrepentant in old age as they were in their youth.
Such is the story of Larry Plaff, a Jacksonville resident whose father recently passed away at the age of 81. The obituary he wrote for Plaff Sr. and published at Jacksonville.com, resonated with many who understand that healing from abuse (emotional and/or physical) only starts by calling out an abuser who should have protected your from the moment of your birth.
It seems that writing the brutally honest obituary has provided Larry Plaff Jr. with something his father never did; a catharsis.
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