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HillbillyWitchDr
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Packerfanlyn replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Your motivation will come. Just don't rush it. My mind has a lot of motivation. My body after working all week and being the single parent of a 16 year old says otherwise by the time the weekend rolls around. However, I was proud of myself when…"
Mar 22
WidowedBride replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Concentrate on you. We listen to what everyone else is giving but then lose ourselves in doubt. Never doubt your own instincts. That was my New Years resolution this year - to listen to my gut instincts more this year than everyone else's…"
Mar 20
HillbillyWitchDr replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Thanks WidowedBride....I know that most of this is just me wanting to fix everything as I tend to be that way.  "
Mar 20
WidowedBride replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"If you are struggling on your own behalf may I suggest doing small things first? Maybe his sock drawer, sorting what is called a ladies toolbox of tools into a smaller box for your own use, his junk drawer, his side of the medicine cabinet, his…"
Mar 20
HillbillyWitchDr replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Oh my, I can't imagine how terrible that must be.  Thank you for this, makes me feel better knowing that I am not taking too long to shake this incredible sadness and grief that I feel.   There was no need for probate in our case as…"
Mar 20
HillbillyWitchDr replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Thanks, I am glad to hear from someone else who is taking things slow.  I am struggling with knowing these things are piling up, and that I need to do them."
Mar 20
WidowedBride replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"HillbillyWitchDr - I never had that luxury, his grown children put me thru probate after clearing our home of everything they felt entitled to. I lost him and about everything we owned in the same instant. My hubbys death was sudden and unexpected…"
Mar 20
Packerfanlyn replied to HillbillyWitchDr's discussion Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of in the group Born in the 60s
"Yes. It's been 2 1/2 years since my husband took his life. My daughter and I moved into a new house about 6 months after he passed, but we still have our old house. We are getting ready to put it up for sale soon. People get on me all the time…"
Mar 20
HillbillyWitchDr added a discussion to the group Born in the 60s
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Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of

It has been nearly two years since my Husband died suddenly, and I find myself putting off doing simple things that I need to take care of. There are so many things, like going through his model railroad and drum things...learning to use the lawn mower...I could go on and on... Today I need to try and find out if the warranty on his pickup truck would be voided if I move it into my name, and whether or not I need to move the car loan into my name.  He bought the truck a few months before he…See More
Mar 20
HillbillyWitchDr replied to Liss's discussion Brain fog? in the group Born in the 60s
"Hello Liss, it's been 14 months since my husband passed and I still have some brain fog...one of the things that I have found helpful is to make lists of things that I want to accomplish at home and at work.  This has been really helpful…"
Oct 1, 2016
HillbillyWitchDr replied to Soaring Spirits's discussion Dreams and signs. Does your loved one appear to you in dreams?
"My husband will always be in my life.I I do get the feeling he is with me. I'm pretty sure these observations and sensations are natural and helpful."
May 21, 2016
wannabmartha left a comment for HillbillyWitchDr
"So sorry for the reason that you’re here but glad you’ve joined us. You’ll find insight, understanding and support here at Widowed Village. We’re traveling the same road together some further down the road than others. …"
Oct 27, 2015

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At 7:33am on October 27, 2015, wannabmartha said…

So sorry for the reason that you’re here but glad you’ve joined us. You’ll find insight, understanding and support here at Widowed Village. We’re traveling the same road together some further down the road than others.  Join a group when you’re ready to get better connected. Participate in a forum and/or chat anytime. If you have questions, feel free to ask. There is always someone around willing to help. Below is a link that you might find helpful as a new member.

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