Lisa Y
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My husband passed away suddenly from a heart attack at age 53. He was the love of my life, my best friend and soulmate. I am lost without him.
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So Alone Without Him

My beautiful husband died of a heart attack on May 17th.  He was only 53 years old and was the love of my life.  We didn't  have any kids together - only our dog.  Basically we were each other's world.  Now he is gone and I feel like there is no point to anything.  Get up, go to work, cry, come home, cry, go to bed.  At first I was numb now I hurt all the time.  I've tried…


Posted on July 3, 2015 at 2:27pm

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At 9:00am on July 1, 2015, kathleen akin said…

Hi Lisa. I feel bad from the thought that Rocky won't stick around after he's gone.  I keep telling him all the time now to please come check on me a lot. I wish there were a way we could know they were not far away after they die, a way they could check on us and we would know it. That seems much fairer than how it really is when they are gone. Must be a reason. Maybe so that we move on. But like you, I don't think I will move on. I'm not young enough to move on. When I was younger, like 20 years ago, I divorced and that felt like a death, it was so painful. But because I had my kids and I was young enough I felt like I might just find love again. Not anymore. I'm too tired and this is so much worse.

At 4:22pm on June 30, 2015, kathleen akin said…

Lisa I had an experience like you had only it was my grandmother. I had just had my baby daughter and was home alone with her and I "felt" my grandmother (who died when I was 7 or 8, pass through me. I had not thought of her in years yet I recognized her immediately! It was a wonderful feeling!!! I just stood there hoping it would happen again. I was standing up, wide awake too when it happened. This was over 30 years ago and I still remember the feeling and have waited for it to happen again but it hasn't.

I have asked my husband that when he dies he would come back and see me, make me know he was there. Otherwise I don't know what I will do if he doesn't.

I'm crying now....


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