Chrishell Stause has revealed how the death of her parents continues to impact her to this day.
Chrishell Stause Wishes She Could Spend ‘More Time’ With Her Parents Following Their Death From Lung Cancer
Chrishell had the unfortunate occurrence of losing both of her parents within a year after they had both died from lung cancer.
And given that they had such an impact on her life, as demonstrated by the success that she has managed to achieve, she could not help but honor them on what was officially ‘World Cancer Day.’
In a post to her fans on Instagram, Chrishell shared some pictures of herself with her mother and father. They could not look any happier.
The post was captioned by the following comments: “It was 2 years to the day that I found out my mom was suffering from the same lung cancer that took my dad the year before.
“There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t wish we caught it sooner so we could have maybe had more time together.” This feeling is not being helped by the recent problems within Chrishell’s personal life.
Rather than feeling sorry for herself, she simply wished that she spent more time with her loved ones before it was too late. She added: “I wish we took more pictures and videos when we were together.
“I wish I didn’t hold a grudge so long on things when they were just trying their best.” This may explain why she is still on good terms with Jason, despite them having broken up.
And she encouraged her fanbase to do the same by making sure that they live their life to the full in order to prevent a similar heartbreak that she has suffered.
Her following comments confirmed as much: “If anyone is reading this and mad at a loved one- Life is truly too short. Please let it go if you can.
“Try and see things from where they are coming from and the tools that they have. I miss you everyday.” If you liked reading this article, then check out our other features on the Daily Soap Dish.
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