"Oh my goodness Viva, my heart breaks for you. This is such a scary time and so many don't seem to understand the seriousness of this pandemic. Good for you for staying connected and reaching out. Sending you a virtual hug."
"My husband died from aortic dissection in 2017. He was 40 and my youngest was 3. My youngest is now about to turn 6 and all he wants for his birthday is his daddy back. I'm not very content in my new life. The PTSD from finding him and…"
"Its so heartbreaking! I cry many times a day as well. Regret is the absolute worst. I belong to a widows group that is phenomenal. One of the things they stress is not to penalize yourself for not knowing what you didn't know. Of course had we…"
"Laurajay i can relate very much to what you have said.In that i do believe true the quote "luck is the spouse who dies first". Also my husband and i were very close and we tslked about everything and told each other very often how…"
"Thank you for your kind holiday wishes KJPE, and the same to you. My heart goes out to you and all the other “suddenly widowed.” Through supporting each other, we help each other survive and live with our suddenly-altered reality."
"I cry daily from wanting one last chance to tell my love how much I love him, how lucky a wife I was, how proud I was to be his wife, how much his presence lit up my life. I wish I hadn't been so tired so I could have cooked for him a…"
"Hello Laurajay, Elizabeth, going.on.slowly, and silverlady among all of us who lost our beloved spouses suddenly, without warning: I was there the day he died (that scene has been branded into my brain with no relief or closure coming from…"
"Absolutely. My love passed away suddenly, in his sleep. No warning. No preexisting condition. He just didn't wake up. There is soooooo much I want to say!!! SO much I wish i said. I expressed my love, gratitude and appreciation often, but wish…"
"I think I am happy to pay. For some reason, I assume that scammers etc would pick a site that they don't have to pay for...maybe I am wrong. I would be hoping that it would be a case of ...you get what you pay for...Haven't ventured onto…"
"Thank you for your kind words. I do like that term....a kaleidoscope of thousand of things...So very true. I have often heard discussion of which is worse...watching our loved ones suffer for months or days, but being able to say all the things we…"
"I am sure that your husband, like mine, would have thought that of course they had to go on that trip or mine, teach the next day. It certainly is a lesson to us that we can be replaced in our work or many situations. My husband was so dedicated to…"
"Yes, Elizabeth, thank you for writing. My husband, Gary, died of sudden cardiac arrest in 2014, and it is a comfort, somehow, to know that I am not the only one still struggling some years out. While the old adage says to live each day as if it were…"
Welcome to Widville, Elizabeth. I am truly sorry for your loss, and hope you find caring support and friendship here.
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