Although you will find almost everyone's story to be somewhat different the most common factor that applies to us all is the finality of what happens when our spouse dies. I hope I can offer some advice to you to help your…"
You must be closer over to my way. I live in Charlotte. I know all of this must be so difficult for you. I lost my wife in January 2017 and I am still trying to recover. I hope you will find some support from this…"
I can fully understand the frustration that you are feeling. Not having any transportation of you own and a lack of money I am sure really help to keep you down. The biggest problem that I face is the lack of people that I have…"
I can only imagine how your life has been since that fatal day in 2014. Loosing your source of income and have to move to another state and back in with your parents, it must be so frustrating. I lost my wife very suddenly on…"
I just read your post and know what it feels like to be in your position. I lost my wife on January 20, 2017 to septic shock. It came on suddenly and the doctors were not able to get a handle on what her problem was until it…"
Yes Sir I sent out a few to the ones I have corresponded with in hopes that responded will in some way help both parties. I look to give back as much as be supported. That is how I have survived, giving of myself. Thank you for your willingness to reach out. It goes both ways. Always here if you need an ear to listen. Have a blessed week.
I lost Mark on January 2nd, so only a few weeks before your loss. I just don't even really know how I'm doing. My mood changes quite a bit, so definitely on that roller coaster with you. I missed him so much today. I always do, but it was just really getting to me today. I kept wanting to text him while I was at work and just talk about my day. I haven't been to his grave since the burial, but my mother in law sent me a picture of his marker because it just got there after we ordered it. It was a harsh reminder that he is really gone. I feel his spiritual presence a lot, but its heartbreaking to think of his physical body being gone. Every one says that it's not healthy to play the what if game, but I don't see how it can be helped. It feels only natural to wonder, but try not to beat yourself up over it. Maybe try to find an in person grief support group, if you haven't already. I went to one last week. It went ok, On one hand, it felt great to actually talk about it openly with people who somewhat get it. On the other hand, I'm the only person in there who has lost a spouse. I've been having a lot of why me feelings lately, like what can't things just go right for me like they seem too almost everyone else. So being the only widow in there, just added to that and got me really angry.
Welcome to Widville, Larryh0823. I'm so sorry for your loss, but happy that you found us. You will find caring support and friendship here.
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