"Bern, thinking of you today on the second anniversary of your son's death. I don't think the painful memories of how our children passed ever eases, but I hope you experience some loving memories of your son today. Vasanthi, I…"
"I lost my husband 7 months ago on the 26th of September. He died on 26 February 2014 without warning. He was not sick and hardly was ever sick a day in his life He just went to bed and died in his sleep. He was 72 years old,retired from a state job…"
"Yes, my husband worked in all the dangerous places, had armed guards accompanying him.. that's when I was worried. He was a terrific rider, never thought he would go that way.. ironic. Everyone says he went enjoying himself... as if that's…"
"Bernice all the things you have said are so true my husband was a biker,kayaker. And I used worry so much when he was out. And yet the unthinkable happened he had had a heart attack and died instantly 4 months ago in frontof me while on holiday…"
"After the sudden loss of our father many years ago, I cried for a month.. my sister sat and played with a cotton reel and said or did nothing. She eventually broke down 10 years later. People are different around loss. It has only been four weeks…"
We sold up, left the UK and started a new life in a foreign country, We had 10 happy years here, I used to smile every day at our luck... he was due to fly to Russia for work on the Thursday, it was cancelled and we felt glad as the following day was Good Friday and we felt happy that we could spend Easter together. He was a biker, but his biking days were over.. his bike was up for sale. But that Good Friday he decided on one last ride... we were going out for lunch that day and when he was…See More
"Good, I'm glad it comes through. :) Yeah, a coffee chat would be a bit difficult to accomplish....
I know that your sharing comes from genuine concern. If I knew that my husband is happy & safe, that he is still himself,…"
I am so sorry for your painful memories. The anger pops up and there is nothing you can do to the ones who killed our children. For your grand daughter's sake, don't let that anger hurt YOU! If I dwell on the person who caused…"
"I agree Jo. It IS unfair and cruel and none of us will ever be the same again. We are more sensitive to the pain of others and what is really important in life, but it is a very high price to pay for that realization isn't it?"
"It does come through Bluebird. In fact I would love to sit and have a casual chat with you or a cup of coffee. Just person to person. (Except the fact that we are continents apart makes it a bit tricky ;-) I truly respect anyone…"