Hi everyone, I hope you are all well.Today is our 6th wedding anniversary and I am soo sad. Im sad all the time,but i find today to be the hardest day. My husband died unexpectedely in the night, his…Continue
Hi everyone, i lost my husband on 28 th of january 2019. He was 52 and i am 35. He died in his sleep f a heart attack. We were not aware he is ill, it was totally unxpected, I found him dead in the…Continue
"It happened the same way with my husband. He went to sleep on the sofa so he doesnt wake me up and in the morning I found him dead. He was dead for around 6 hours.
Two nights before we were laying in bed and his heart was heating so hard and…"
"I still wear the ring, why wouldnt I? Im still very much married. Just because Mark went to heaven doesnt mean he is not still my husband. Death cant stop love. Yes, he is there and Im here, but Im still me of seven months ago, Mark’ s…"
"Sweet Melissa, thank you. The problem is I have ME and im pretty much stuck at home , so I cant do most things. Im glad you managed to find some dort of balance in your life. How I wish we wouldnt be here and this would be just a bad…"
This comment struck me in particular, because I was so recently talking with a friend about the sense of not wanting things to get better because that meant change, meant moving on somehow. But we don't move on, we don't let…"
"Oh Roxana, I feel that. I too am only 35, lost my partner about five months ago, and have so much life left ahead of me... and some days, I just don't know how to face that without my beloved. Anniversaries are especially hard. Ours was in…"
"Hi Roxana, read your message re my comment in the "born in 70" group.
You were absolutely right. Neither myself went through the drama of dating when I was young. I thought I was so lucky that my heart was intact, freed from breaking-ups…"
What you say resonates with me so much.
Its so ironic, me and my husband spoke many times about how fortunate we are to have found one another and not having to be in the horrible dating scene, given how many awful deceiving people are…"
i feel exactly the same, i feel like i should have taken him out more, doing mire things with him, not nagging him, etc, all in all making him happy and happier. He was the most beautiful soul i ever met and he deserved to be happy and i…"
"I can guarantee our husbands forgave us. My husband always found excuses for someones bad behaviour. And we need to remember they suffer no more, the past is gone, including our bitchines. But we need to learn our lesson and try to be less…"
I understand your pain and the millions of questions running through your head. My husbands heart stopped in the night, i went to the toilet and i walked past him laying dead on the sofa, used the toilet than ran past him again and went…"
"Dear Debi, I feel exac the same.my husband of 52 years of age went to bed and never woke up. We had no idea he is ill.The autopsy said his heart was at the end if life: previous heart attach, atherosclerosis, enlarged heart. So he died of systemic…"
im very sorry for your loss.
There is no one answer to your question, this will be a long process/ journey that we will have to take and” lear” and try to adapt as we go along.
i lost my husband on the 28.01.2019 and my…"
"Dear vintage 56,
thank you for your kind words. Yes, he loved me very much, but that does not justify my behaviour. That man deserved to be happy and i didnt do my job properly as a wife. He was the kindest, generous, self sacrificial soul , the…"
Hi Roxana, read your message re my comment in the "born in 70" group.
You were absolutely right. Neither myself went through the drama of dating when I was young. I thought I was so lucky that my heart was intact, freed from breaking-ups and betrayals until sickness took my husband away. For me, not only I am afraid of dealing with the fear of back-in-the-market-and-might-encounter-drama, I think my biggest fear is the horror of being a spinster for the rest of my life. Not that I crave for relationship but I can't deny the worry of being single and alone. Being a mom and an introvert obviously do not help. I guess if I were not left with a kid I'd be more adventurous with meeting men. In my case... like I said, the wager of risks of being happy v.s. getting hurt, the later one is what I concern the most. Any bad relationship would not help myself to heal nor would help my son at all. Life dilemma. I am still trying to reorient myself because I am still very loss about life. Hope you're doing ok today over in the U.K,
Welcome to Widville, Roxana. I am truly sorry for your loss, and hope you find caring support and friendship here.
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