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Widowed in 2019

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Comment by BuffaloGal yesterday

Hi there.  I hope I am posting this correctly.  Not sure how to navigate the site yet.  I am new to this site and this community.  My dearest husband, Michael, passed away suddenly on January 29, 2019 after falling on the ice.  He landed on his head and suffered two skull fractures and a devastating brain bleed.  He had been on Coumadin since age 19 which just made the hemorrhage worse.  This all just seems like a terrible nightmare.  I never got to say goodbye as he was comatose when he got to the hospital and never regained consciousness.  Mike was our Superman, surviving a congenital heart defect, three open heart surgeries and 15 other major surgeries. I knew it would never be his heart that he would die from because his heart was just too huge.  We were married 29 years and together for 35.  I know this is so new but I am just totally lost without him.

Comment by DIVA70 on Thursday

So sorry for your husband's cousin also died of breast cancer. Because we lived the closet to her my husband was her contact person after her husband. Once she was unable to reach her husband and called us for assistance. we witnessed firsthand the excruciating pain bough on my this disease as we rushed her to the emergency. You have just started the grief process and your feelings may be all over the place. I hope this site affords you some solace. Again, I am so sorry for your loss. One day at a time has become my mantra. Take care.

Comment by TheEDCZone on Thursday

My Wife Lisa of 22 years passed away on the 24th Jan 2019, after loosing her battle to Breast Cancer and Brain Tumours.


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