This must be especially difficult for you and your daughter. Her anger at her father is part of her grief process. My daughter had to have a major meltdown before she was finally open to counseling. Hospice had a wonderful program. First she had one on one sessions then after about 4 months, she was ready for a group with other people that lost a parent. In between she met with our pastor. My daughter had just graduated from high school and we were in Florida on vacation when her dad got sick. He spent 6 weeks in ICU before he passed away. He went from healthy to critical in less than 24 hours. All caused by a gall stone (we didn't even know he had gall stones). By the way, the pictures are really nice. Your daughter is beautiful.
Yes, Michele, I do wonder what my retirement will look like, too. Certainly not at all what we originally looked forward to, is it? But I'm hopeful we will both find a way to make something good of it.
Hi Michele -- accepted your friend request. I too have joined the suicide survivors group on here. I am new and it will take a little while for me to tell all, but I am so glad that you have reached out to me. I am sure we can be of support to each other. Big Hugs to you.
Will glad to be e-mail friends. Your lost has to be devastating and we are all here to listen and try to help. I lost my husband on 5-21and the pain and sorrow will be with me for a long time as with you. You will make it through this as the strength comes from somewhere within. Please reach out and remember you are not alone...even though it feels like it!