"Jeff Takes time they tell me I understand what you are feeling I too lost my best pal- husband- lover- support system - my all . He saved me at age 20 when my life was in turmoil Loved each other 46 yrs
I Miss him every day- night of my life. Music…"
"I have know idea but if you figure it out please let me know. I feel so broken inside. I guess we are supposed to put on our big person pants and go on. No one in my life ever told me that something could be so painful and difficult. Even if they…"
"There are moments even after the first year passed - and i know that isn't the whole of grieving - you grieve as along as it takes - but I like to think that there is a veil between us, me and my husband - that he's on the otherside and he…"
on sept. 14 2009 i lost my wife of 13 years. she died in her sleep. she was just 46 yrs. old and we were haveing the time of our lives. everything i did in life was for her, im so lonesome now !!!!!!!!
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"Thank you Vasanthi. 10 months ago. I think to last October, everything was good, great (at least I thought) How could 10 short months ago change my life into so much pain and torment? Everyday is worse, I wonder how it could get worse until I wake…"
"Connie, sept 28 was micku's 31st birthday. I knew i would find it intolerable, so we went out to Maine for a few days. It helped a bit but just brought home that this Dec 23rd it will be 4 years since I have seen him. My sweet darling boy, I…"
My beautiful & amazing mom passed away this past August, one month after her diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. The last month of her life was horrific, we saw my mom deteriorate slowly, and it was just so diffucult to watch her go through this. It was so sudden, my mom was full of life, she was the rock that held my family together. My dad, my brothers and I are grieving in our own way. I cry every day, knowing I will never her in person, cooking the delicious meals she always prepared for…See More
"Sometimes I feel trapped in a bubble of anguish. I guess as time goes on, and I try to make sense of my life, it works for a while. Then it doesn't. I'm so full of anxiety and pain right now, I almost feel guilty even saying it .…"
I'm planning to have a tattoo done for my hubby, too, and wanted to ask how they managed to work you husband's ashes into it. I had thought of that, but didn't even know it could be done.
"I cry for shorter periods these days, but I don't hurt any less. It used to be that I only felt anguish, then after a year or so I felt mostly anguish interspersed with brief periods of numbness, and now it's anguish about…"
"Last week I had a very unfortunate argument with my stepmother, who I've only known for less than two years, about my grief. In the last ten months, I've lost my mother, separated from my spouse, sold my house, moved, and started a…"
"morgan, totally understand the killing yourself naturally, yep turned it a chain smoker nearly, constant cough that i should get checked but i dont care enough about myself to care, when my time comes , my time comes"
"hi margo, yeah we do ask ourselves alot of questions, i blamed myself for mike not going to the doc ( not sure why) we were unaware that he was sick he had one massive heart attack with no mini heart attacks prior and also blamed myself for other…"
"Tonight was the closest I've come to an ER visit since my hubby died. Sometimes, I just canNOT get a grip and the uncontrollable crying goes on for hours. I can't believe my heart hasn't dribbled out my nose, yet.…"
"It's been 95 days (ish) since my husband of 32 years died. One of the things that drives me crazy is that I don't remember the last thing I said to him. I know it was sweet, but I don't remember. What an odd thing to…"
This is for anyone who has lost somone to cancer. I lost my adopted Mom to breast cancer some years ago. She was everything I could have asked for. She loved me because I was just me. She also loved my family and children as if they were her own.See More
It's just the intention of it has changed. It has become more real because the fog lifts enough to see that the same world we lived in with our husbands that was pretty crappy then was still tolerable because we shared the…"