"Just wanted to say, Linda, you have posted really lovely photos.
I understand when you say you can't imagine a future without your soulmate. I try to convince myself by saying that the fact that I still can't accept my loss is…"
"Thank you so much for your comment. So sorry to hear about your husband dying from a heart attack. I completely can understand your pain. It has been about 11 months now for me, and it still feels like yesterday. I don't…"
"Thank you all for your love and understanding. It's so good to hear from others in similar situations. I live in a small community. I have 5 acres and it's overwhelming to step into my husbands shoes and try to take over…"
I know what it's like to lose a loved one to a suicide and my husband only weeks ago passed from a 5 year battle with cancer. I can't imagine what you have been through: plus having to make that decision to let him…"
"So sorry to hear about your loss. I understand how devastated you must be, and such unfortunate circumstances.
I lost my love, suddenly, unexpectedly from a heart attack, 14 months ago. One minute he was here, the next he was gone.
My heart goes out…"
My husband was truly the love of my life. On just a regular day at home, he began trying to cut down a tree on our property. (I didn't know what he was doing at the time). Once my daughter came to look for him, we found him lying on the ground severely injured, still awake and able to converse a little. We called for help and 911. However, at the the time of the accident, Oregon had had a severe ice storm. We had electrical lines down entering our property and electrical lines down all…See More
Just wanted to say, Linda, you have posted really lovely photos.
I understand when you say you can't imagine a future without your soulmate. I try to convince myself by saying that the fact that I still can't accept my loss is because it was so sudden and unexpected, and I'll never be able to come to terms with it. For me, my love isn't d.... He's just not here. I never use that word, never have done and never will.
But then again, I think, having related to others in this group, even when you know your loved one is leaving you, it's equally heartbreaking and devastating. No matter what the circumstances, our grief is equally unbearable, only others (like in this group) who are going through the same grief are able to understand what you're going through, and it's comforting and soothing sharing our thoughts together.
I wanted to write today about anger. After my son passed away, many of his friends wrote beautiful memories and feelings about him via Facebook. I didn't realize how much he meant to so many people and how many lives were touched by his kindness. However, what angers me is that not ONE of these "FRIENDS" ever came to visit him in the nursing home. He was in a nursing facility for 10 years and yet only his dad, myself and his stepdad came on a regular basis. I understand that it's hard to see…See More
Yesterday my headaches were bad so I managed to get an appointment with a doctor who was on call at my local surgery, since it was a Saturday morning.
As soon as I was in her room I just started to cry. I felt so silly, but being there…"
"Hi Ros, no, I didn't know about your injury. I'm so very sorry to hear about it, but don't worry, I'm sure this has nothing to do with your headaches, since it happened two weeks ago. Of course, you feel more vulnerable now…"
I can understand your many thoughts regarding Claudio's ashes. All these "what if's" go through our minds don't they? I often wonder about many things I do in the here and now and things I wish I…"