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Brenda Ann left a comment for JJ
"So sorry to hear of your loss, but so glad that you found this website so you can talk to people who have experienced loss and may have some practical suggestions. Blow is a list of things that will help you and your girls... HELP FOR THOSE WHO…"
Jan 14
Brenda Ann left a comment for JJ
"So sorry to meet you here but very happy you found this website. You can trust the folks here to listen to your feelings. They may have practical suggestions that may help you and your daughters cope. Here is a list of practical suggestions that…"
Jan 14
JJ is now a member of Online Grief Support - A Social Community
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About Me:
I am 40 year old with three daughters aged 14, 10 & 6.
About my Loss:
My husband of nearly 18 years, who I have dated since I was 16 years old, was diagnosed with terminal cancer in August 2017, passed away three weeks ago.

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At 8:13am on January 14, 2019, Brenda Ann said…

So sorry to hear of your loss, but so glad that you found this website so you can talk to people who have experienced loss and may have some practical suggestions. Blow is a list of things that will help you and your girls...

HELP FOR THOSE WHO GRIEVE

  • 1: ACCEPT SUPPORT FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS

    According to your needs, balance time spent with others and time spent alone.

  • 2: WATCH YOUR DIET, AND MAKE TIME FOR EXERCISE

    Eat healthful food, drink plenty of water, and exercise moderately.

  • 3: GET PLENTY OF SLEEP

    Recognize that sleep is essential to dealing with the fatigue of grieving.

  • 4: BE FLEXIBLE

    Since everyone grieves differently, find what works for you.

  • 5: AVOID SELF-DESTRUCTIVE HABITS

    Avoid the misuse of alcohol or drugs​—which creates more problems than it solves.

  • 6: BALANCE YOUR TIME

    Alternate periods of grieving with time for socializing and recreation.

  • 7: KEEP A ROUTINE

    Regain a sense of normalcy by keeping yourself occupied with a good routine.

  • 8: AVOID MAKING BIG DECISIONS TOO SOON

    If possible, wait a year or more before making big decisions you may later regret.

  • 9: REMEMBER YOUR LOVED ONE

    Collect pictures and mementos or write in a journal to keep alive your memory of the person who has died.

  • 10: GET AWAY

    Make time for a change of pace​—even if for just a day or part of a day.

  • 11: HELP OTHERS

    Renew your sense of purpose by doing things for those who need help, including others affected by the loss of your loved one.

  • 12: REEVALUATE YOUR PRIORITIES

 
 
 

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Billy Jo Colt commented on Kelli Auerbach's blog post New York Times essay I wrote about orphanhood
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Hi everyone, I am new to the group, but not to loss. Thanks for adding me.I wanted to share an essay I wrote, "Welcome to the Freak Show: Becoming an Orphan in My 20s", that is in the New York Times today. Even though all of our experiences with grief are unique, I hope it resonates in some way.Best, KelliSee More
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bluebird commented on Jon-Paul Ackerman's group Lost My Spouse...
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Marita commented on Jon-Paul Ackerman's group Lost My Spouse...
"Morgan, i live with constant fear and anxiety. Every time I am confronted with a new problem I break down because my husband is not here to support me, to comfort me, to love me and it is a reminder of my loss.  When things become so…"
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morgan commented on Jon-Paul Ackerman's group Lost My Spouse...
"Terrible,horrible, crippling breakdown tonight.  I know what triggered it and it is something I have struggled with all these years and the closer I get to trying to solve it the worse the breakdowns are becoming. Problem is I am still unable…"
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