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I agree. It is amazing that when my husband was alive I was in charge of most major house maintenance issues. I always went over things with mu husband, but usually it was in confirm my decision. Now that I have no sounding…"
"Okay- I've been thinking a lot about this whole widow thing this past week as a friend of mine lost her 42 year old husband to a heart attack last week leaving behind a 10 yr old girl and a 7 year old boy and I thought back to when I lost my…"
"Taffey-Richelle- Trying to move forward with kids has been the hardest part for me. When my husband died in 2010 my kids were 12,8,6&5. Doing everything myself was overwhelming at every turn. I kept thinking single moms are great but that…"
"Grits504- It's not paranoid- it is good common sense. Make sure your lawyer pursues all avenues for relief. Your state licensing board should be looking at him if the doctor filed the complaint and then also look to file a civil…"
A couple fo things to think about. Be picky when it comes to choosing a lawyer to handle your case. Get referrals, talk to other people in your area. Be proactive to make sure you have made the best choice for you. If your…"
"Manni- I am so sorry you feel so isolated. This is a great site to use. I think it is hard because people who haven't gone through it rely on all sorts of useless platitudes to try and give you solace and they mean well but it…"
For those widowed suddenly or unexpectedly by any cause. The complementary group is "Long term illness." Yes, you may join both.We now have a "Suddenly widowed" discussion in the PERENNIAL main forum. Q's? Widville@gmail.comSee More
onlyparent, welcome to Widville. I hope you love it here as much as I do. It's a warm safe environment where you can get everything off your chest without fear of being judged. Please do join in any of the discussions that you wish to, as well as joining any groups that you feel like.