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Started by Ozzy turtle. Last reply by Ozzy turtle Apr 9. 2 Replies

On April 2nd it was exactly 3 months since I lost my husband, my best friend. It was just him and I. We have close friends that have stayed close to me, but it seems like everyone has disappeared. It…Continue

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Comment by Dianne in Nevada on April 14, 2019 at 9:52am

Hello! I'm the Widowed Village Administrator and I'll be hosting a chat hour this Friday to answer your questions and introduce you to our chat room. Hope you'll join me.

5pm Pacific; 6pm Mountain; 7pm Central; 8pm Eastern

Comment by Pualili221 on April 12, 2019 at 7:14pm

 Hi Sdonna

Sorry for your loss. Sending you hugs and much love. Take care of yourself

Comment by sdonna on April 12, 2019 at 6:37pm

Hello Everyone-

I thought I was posting a comment, but I guess I sent an email to everyone instead. Anyway it is going to take me time with getting use to using this site, as I have no experience using social media.

I recently lost my husband March 28th and I am hoping to connect with people that can relate to what I am going through. I was with my husband for almost 29 years and he was the love of my life. I miss him so much and right now I don't know how to continue life without him. Like everyone else I guess I will take one day at a time.

Comment by Pualili221 on April 2, 2019 at 8:18pm

Hi, I’m new to this site. I lost my husband, my love on Feb.21, 2019 to suicide. It’s still so surreal. I wake up go to work because I have to, I am doing the motions but feel numb and lost. I have so many emotions and questions but no answers. I miss him and my heart aches. I just try and get through each day the best I can.

Comment by Simi on March 28, 2019 at 2:04pm


I lost my husband on Nov , it was unexpectedly and is devastating. Don't know how to live anymore

Comment by Solsticeowl on March 26, 2019 at 4:54am

Oh Hilda, I am so sorry for your loss.  I also lost my husband on February 22nd unexpectedly.  I don't really know how to go on either, but having people here to listen and reply has helped tremendously.  I am hoping they are all correct in that you get used to living with the loss.  Right now it is still a struggle for me to breathe most of the time.

Comment by Hilda on March 25, 2019 at 9:09pm

My husband of 21 years died on February 22, two days

after his 50th birthday. I don’t know how I’m going to go on. 

Comment by Pooh898 on March 23, 2019 at 4:26pm

My husband passed recently and it was unexpected he didn’t tell me he was sick. He was my whole world and I really don’t know how I’m going to move forward without him. I miss him so much I go to the cemetery and just lay there with him for at least an hour anyday it isn’t raining. I watch his shows that he has recorded on the DVR and just talk about everything I’m feeling and what’s going on. He was stubborn yet kind and made anyone that met him feel like they were his best friend. I’m still waiting for him to come home. 

Comment by Ozzy turtle on March 23, 2019 at 3:47pm

My husband passed away on January 2 2019. He had a 10 year battle with COPD and five years with CHF. In October 2018 they said within 6 months, I guess it didn't register in my mind or heart. In December he went on Hospice so he could have the medication he needed to help control his breathing. I feel numb still, like its not real, he's on a vacation. Some days I feel blank all day and other days my thoughts won't stop. The pain of it all is always there somewhere. No one truly understands unless they have been there. My husband was a 13 year Army Veteran a very strong sometimes stubborn, very proud man. I love him so very much and miss him every second of every day and have absolutely no idea how to do this without him. Jim was 61 and I'm 45.

Comment by Portpom on March 13, 2019 at 9:28am

My husband died on 15th Feb 2019 and it all still seems so surreal. He had liver damage from birth that had never affected him, but since Christmas had various infections that would seem to heal. He had been sick for a couple of days when he took a turn for the worse on 1st Feb. From then on it was like dominoes falling with his liver failing and then infections and a bleeding ulcer that was a surprise. It all happened so fast that we are still in shock. I was married to Andrew for 29 years and we have two kids - 12 and 10. We are all finding this so hard.


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