Go to "Lost MY Spouse" and read through some of the posts. There are some of us who share pretty regularly and respond with caring identification with each other. You're not alone. Grief of losing tho…"
condolences on your the death of your wife, sorry that you are going through such a difficult, life-changing loss. Just wanted to respond and say you are doing everything right in terms of the website, your comment and status…"
Go to "Lost MY Spouse" and read through some of the posts. There are some of us who share pretty regularly and respond with caring identification with each other. You're not alone. Grief of losing tho one that we spent our lives with in love is agonizing to say the least, but just knowing that there are others who are suffering the same way does help just a bit. We share our feelings without fear of being judged for we all grieve a little differently. Some more intense than others. When you click on groups, click on Lost My Spouse and click join the the group. When someone posts, you'll get an email. You can just read or post a comment on how you are feeling. There are some times when a couple of weeks can pass without a post but usually when one posts, others will respond. I've never seen anyone actually chat here, but you can invite members to become friends and message them back and forth. I'm sorry you had to come here. I wish I never had to either. I'm sorry you lost your Love. I like many here are waiting for the day we follow them (when it is our time) to be reunited with them for eternity.
condolences on your the death of your wife, sorry that you are going through such a difficult, life-changing loss. Just wanted to respond and say you are doing everything right in terms of the website, your comment and status updates are visible in the Latest Activity column. You may want to look at the list of groups and see if you want to read some of their postings and perhaps join some of them? Hope it helps you to see examples of how other people experience bereavement — sometimes just knowing that your emotions aren’t unique can be helpful, at least I think that has been true for me.
"I am very sorry for you, too, Eva....and I appreciate so much your reply. It is the first I have gotten so far, though I admit I’ve been too upset lately to check on this. My mother and I had always been so close, I really feel…"
When I was twelve my mother was murdered then my beloved sweet grandmother died when I was 18. My maternal grandfather died when I was 22. My maternal grandmother died when I was 33 and my final living parent/grandparent died when I was 35. I lived with a lot of loss most of it came at a sudden clip. I'm left with incredible feeling of loneliness even though I've been married for 20+ years and have two wonderful children. It's tough to share my true feelings with my wife because it's so hard…See More
When I was twelve years old, my mother was brutally murdered during a robbery of our home. I came within minutes of finding her body but by sheer chance I didn't. It has been over 35 years since that day but it still effects my life today. As a child, I went through the trial of the man convicted of killing my beautiful mother then as a man I went through his parole process finally his death from illness in prison. See More