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There's nothing like the death of a spouse to scare you out of your mind. So what's frightening you these days? Get the fear out where you can look at it, instead of just having it running around in your mind like a nasty, sneaky predator. 

 

Here's my list for today:

 

I'm scared that I might not be able to go the distance with the man I've been seeing for the last few months.

 

I'm scared that the health insurance I bought (after losing my husband's "cadillac plan" after he died,) might not be good enough in case something bad happens around here health-wise.

 

I'm scared that when I want to go back to work there won't be any jobs for me cause I'll be a woman over 50 with a Bachelor's degree.

 

 

 

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For me, my biggest fear are my 2 young boys going down a bad path later in life from not having their Dad here to guide them (no male role model)

My second fear is navigating through life without my 'security blanket' - my husband

Hannah,

    I also have that second fear.

Susan

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