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Rere
  • Female
  • Arvada, CO
  • United States
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Rere replied to Carousel's discussion Hard Couple of Days in the group Widowed in 2020
"Estragon, I am heartened by the way you have described how you are feeling. I too cannot multitask anymore as I cannot focus long enough to remember things. I too need to accept that I will not be the same after this and that is how it is supposed…"
Monday
Rere replied to Carousel's discussion Hard Couple of Days in the group Widowed in 2020
"Maggie May, I can't believe how accurately you describe what I too am feeling. I don't know who I am anymore either. I am actually 180 degrees different. I also have had panic attacks and flashbacks connected to my husbands death, also 3…"
Monday
Rere replied to Carousel's discussion Hard Couple of Days in the group Widowed in 2020
"Maggie May, I am so glad to hear someone else say that this is an especially horrible time to be grieving. You are experiencing the pain of losing someone soooo close , along with trying to handle the conditions of that loss. My husband died of COVD…"
Sunday
Rere commented on Soaring Spirits's group Widowed in 2020
"To Maggie May,  It breaks my heart that you feel like you abandoned your husband, but I too feel that way. My husband died from COVID in late April . He was on a ventilator and because we could not visit him I feel like he was scared and…"
Jul 24
Rere replied to MLSV4's discussion I Understand in the group Widowed in 2020
"To MSLV4 - I loved being reminded that my husband's energy is all around me. I miss him so horribly right now. I will continue to talk to him and hold on to the promise of someday being together again! Thanks...."
Jun 27
Rere replied to MLSV4's discussion I Understand in the group Widowed in 2020
"Gigi, I really appreciated the perspective you presented. I feel like the grief blocks my ability to see things differently than what is stuck in my brain right now. Your words have encouraged me and reminded me that God's promise of eternal…"
Jun 27
Rere replied to Gigi's discussion Father's Day in the group Widowed in 2020
"Gigi, I am sorry your adult children have not been supportive. I do not believe that it is unhealthy to leave all of his stuff as it was. I have done the same with absolutely everything of his. I also think he is coming back, because I cannot face…"
Jun 24
Rere replied to MLSV4's discussion I Understand in the group Widowed in 2020
"To MLSV4, You have lifted my spirit with your beautiful and encouraging words. I want so badly to believe that my husband can hear me and is still there to comfort me. You have reminded me that I have Jesus to walk with me and am not alone and can…"
Jun 24
Rere replied to Gigi's discussion Father's Day in the group Widowed in 2020
"Father's Day was quite painful. I just lost my husband April 28th. Our three grown children came over and we looked at many pictures and tried to remember the good memories. It passed the time, but in the end, seemed to almost make things…"
Jun 23
Rere replied to MLSV4's discussion I Understand in the group Widowed in 2020
"I lost my husband in April to COVID and cannot cope witht he trauma of how it happened. I too am trying to keep my faith in God but it seems almost impossible right now., How can a merciful, kind God take someone we love in such a brutal way? It has…"
Jun 23
Rere replied to Baba2020's discussion COVID widow in the group Widowed in 2020
"My heart breaks for all the touching stories I am reading this morning. I am so grateful the I have found some other souls to share with who have lost someone under these conditions. I just joined this group because I lost my husband of 46 years on…"
Jun 18
Dianne in Nevada left a comment for Rere
"Welcome to Widville, Rere. I'm so sorry for your loss, but pleased you found us. You’ll find caring support and friendship here. Join the Groups that fit you to find others that share your experience. Check out the Forum Discussions for…"
Jun 15

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At 8:54am on July 14, 2020, Maggie May said…

Are you any less anxious yet? I am still so angry that I couldn't be with him after so many years of taking care of him - I think I am stuck on that more than I am that he isn't here. And we are reminded of COVID every day. I have NO patience for the covid deniers - that's where I aim my anger. I have never been an angry person, so I don't like feeling this way. Will you be on the ZOOM call later today?

At 3:57pm on July 7, 2020, Maggie May said…

Thanks for responding. My husband and best friend for 47 years passed away in a Rehab Center from COVID on April 23. The staff was great, but not being able to be with him was and still is torture.  I was with both of my parents when they passed, and that was comforting. I know he is in a better place, and I feel him with me, so I have some good moments - but I just feel so isolated (duh - I am still isolating).  One day at a time

At 9:01pm on June 15, 2020, Dianne in Nevada said…

Welcome to Widville, Rere. I'm so sorry for your loss, but pleased you found us. You’ll find caring support and friendship here.

Join the Groups that fit you to find others that share your experience. Check out the Forum Discussions for conversations on all sorts of topics. Share your story. You'll find the latest news on the HOME page.

 
 
 

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