My husband passed as the result of complications from an outpatient surgery I did not want him to have. Adding a whole other dimension to my layers of grief as one can imagine. We had been together as a couple for 20years but best friends for 10years before that. Like you, I am coming up on the 2 year mark. I have found that my grief is different now. Still hurts, but more like a dull ache that is always there, rather then the raw out of control fury it was in the beginning. Not having any children together and being “best friends,” while great while he was alive, have made it that much harder for me now. I just miss him so much and am very lonely. . I wake up most days feeling shocked that this is now my life..but I’m sure over time that feeling will subside as well. Just have to figure out what it is “I” want to do, after spending so much of my life being part of a couple.
Hi, I was reading a comment and I agree but to find someone id really hard nowadays compared to mid nineties I met my husband Jan 28th 1994, we hit it off really well, went out on dates on Friday nights my friend from College I didn't finish College but went a few semesters and then I met my husband, he was a handsome man, we had several things in common, although we had a hard life, we stayed together and loved each other until he passed away last year on June 12th 2016, it was sad to see him go but he is no longer in pain and is waiting for us to join him one day. Whoever is on here I am so sorry for your loss and hope God can comfort and strengthen everyone who has lost a Spouse. Hope everyone has a nice weekend and new week coming up. Your Friend, Lisa
I have no idea why the kind are taken too soon. It seems like there are so many questions that can never be answered. That's sometimes the most frustrating part. Why so soon? What did I miss? Could I have done something? Is he still here with me? There are so many days right now that I feel so lost and alone. And yet, there are so many people who are in the same position. I'm here to listen if you need to talk.
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