"Thanks for your posts. Im having a hard few weeks.
Paperwork, car broke down, daughter off to college in September, turned down for disability benefit. Im going fo
r a knee replacement Friday. Ignored by family. So miss my partner Bina and cant…"
"After months of darkness and grief. Ive had a fast paced week where I have got myself a studio space and been on a date. Just when I thought nothing would change and I didnt know how much longer I could go on. This grief is so weird. Thay say to…"
I thank you for your post, I just came home from an oversees vacation which was awesome, enlightening, and extremely heart breaking at the same time. I visited family and went with friends as it was their bucklist. Both…"
"Thank you for your post. My partner died 20.9.15 and it really feels like everyone around me are tell8ng me to get on. Im sitting here crying in despair this morning. Everything gone and no energy to move on.
"Welcome to Widville, Charlotteelsie. I'm so very sorry for your loss, but pleased that you found us. You'll find caring support and friendship here.
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I thank you for your post, I just came home from an oversees vacation which was awesome, enlightening, and extremely heart breaking at the same time. I visited family and went with friends as it was their bucklist. Both my family and my friends at different times to proceed to discuss how I should move forward...my friends told me I talk about my husband and should not talk about him so much as I am living in the past. I let them know that he has died and that how can I live in the past if he is not here. Also, I told them that I will continue to always talk about my husband since he would have loved everything we saw and did on the vacation. I explained to them that it makes me happy to remember the wonderful times and that I am learning to walk with my grief, but will not every get over it or better.
It makes me sad that people who mean well will not ever understand what we are really going thorough. I have found that I must tell people exactly what I need from them as well as what I need them not to do. They have no idea the pain we feel every moment of everyday.
I am so thankful for the Widowed Village as I feel it is a safe and kind place to express what I really feel and with those who really do "just get it".
Take care and never stop your path through this journey your way because it is the right way.