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how are you managing this long weekend with your reminder of loss dates? I have the same thing going on... the 28th was the first day of prelim court, and the 18th woulda been our one year wedding anniversary.
peace and healing!!
welcome to our group, I am so sorry for your loss, but happy that you've found us here int he least because WE truly understand.
You will never move on from your husband nor from the love and life you created together when he was alive. Please don't put pressure on yourself to do so either, however, life carries on after death and loss, and eventually you will find a way to move forward with yours as well. I lost the love of my life 9 months ago, and I am finding a way to move forward in a positive way while allowing myself to incorporate all of the love and lessons from my marriage to Craig.
I hope for you that you will find some peace and healing while visiting the village, all the best to you on this uneasy journey.
Hello, I am new to this site. I have been searching for something. I just lost my husband on May 23rd he was 29, 11 months and 11 days old. He passed suddenly from a blood clot, complications from his 10 year career in the Army. We had just moved to Ohio, I am from WA state and am now here alone with his family. I've heard it all from how sorry everyone is, how I am young and will move on in time and how lucky I am we didn’t have children. These are all people who can only relate to me with the loss of a grandparent or a friend of a friend. I don’t expect any of them to understand. Jason is my other half, hes my world and I had to watch him die. Its been 5 weeks and 2 days. I have already had to face his would be 30th birthday and our together anniversary. As reality hits on a daily basis it just gets harder.
*hugs* PS Love - we're here for ya
coming up to Pauls birthday on the 28th and the 6 month marker on the 1st...going to be a tough week.
Heather, so glad you found us. Ugh, you must be in such a dark place- love to you!!
Hello all, Just found this site today. Excited to have a place to share. My fiancee passed away tragically two months ago.
So sorry you had to join this world of ours but grateful you found this site!!! This site helped be beyond words during my darkest moments. I hope it can do the same for you!!!
PS- I'm glad you found us too. Ugh, that gives me the shivers, I ride myself. Love and hugs my friend.
Smith - that sounds really awesome!! Rafting in Ottawa? Who knew? ;)
psLove: So sorry for your loss. This site has been a 'god sent' to me. honestly.
I am 8 mos out, and joined this site at roughly 4 months. I hope it offers you some strength, and hope as you embark this widowhood journey!
I have come along by leaps and bounds in the last 4 months... the people on this site understand and it really is a beautiful community. So glad you found us!
BRENDA: mantracker: its a cdn reality tv series, but it airs on the science channel in the states. It takes place in the remote wilderness areas of canada/america. Basically there's a tracker... he's a cowboy on a horse that hunts for his prey-'tracks them down'. His prey (one day I hope to participate) is 2 contestants that think they can beat the mantracker. They are given a map, compass, and are allowed to use their own tactics against the tracker, but are only given 2 days to get to the finish line before he finds you. So you camp out over night... it's a pretty intense show. The prey is trekking through unthinkable terrain... I'd love to beat the man tracker!
I'd probably white water raft in Ottawa! But I've always thought about visiting Colorado!
I'm not that familiar with the states.
Hi all, I am new to WV. My Paul was 28 and died in a motorbike accident on new years day. I am 25...4 months out and struggling but am thankful to have found you all.
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