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All or many of the survivors of flight 815 are children of hostiles who left the island after the purge.
Issue's Being Resolved
So far the Losties are working out their parent issues in their own ways or ways they cannot help, here is a list of them (
The one's with reasons next to them are what are considered a method of resolving any kind of situation);
-Found a sense of faith when he tried to save her life by telling her to go to the temple (With Ben being considered her father).
Alex - Killed his father.
Ben - Charlie Unable/Unknown/Unseen
Charlie's father tought him to swim and his mother/Father Christmas gave him the piano.
-Teamed up with her father in Claire Season 4.
- Desmond Unknown/Unseen
-Kind of worked things out (became more accepting).
Hurley -Got a chance to bury his father and started to remember the "good" memories.
Jack -Killed her father.
Kate -Had Locke Sawyer kill his father.
- Penelope Unknown/Unseen
Her father is Charles Widmore. She has "no more connection" with him.
- Sawyer Unable
-Bought over half the business stock in her fathers company.
Sun -Worked things out through-out their stay on the island, then lost it when Walt Michael told him what he did to get them off the island.