Not at all. If the person alive treated you badly you can't expect to have any other emotions other then relieved you no longer have to endure it. If it bothers you then maybe you need to find the reasons to forgive that person in order to move on yourself. Forgiveness isn't as much about forgiving that person as forgiving yourself for the feelings you harbored toward that person. You are here and moving on with your life...they no longer are...the life lesson isn't for them any longer(learned or not), but it is yours.
Death is an odd thing that brings up many deep emotions. When my best friend died of cancer I felt relieved (different reason though, I wanted her to be done with the pain) but I can see how if a parent is really horrid to someone their child might not feel as much remorse. People will feel what they feel.
And there is such a thing as respecting the dead, but not missing them. It happens.
That person is upset...but more relieved. The parent was pretty horrid to 'that person', lol.
I wouldn't say a bad person, but I still think that person would be a little upset... :/
i can tell you i was happy when my mother died because she was extremely abusive
Okay, well... still definatly not a bad person (: Oooohhh... :/
No, perfectly normal..
no simple as that
Nope sure doesnt
no it does not