"Hi lisa. I am so very sorry for your loss. I totally understand. I lost my one and only true love in June 20 20. We met in 1989 and just never had the right timing he was either married or I was married we could never figure it out but…"
"Hi, I too have suffered a great loss, 1 year next week—seems just like yesterday—so raw, yet so numbing. I have searched fir somewhere to find someone to talk it and I hope I’ve found it. If you’d like to communicate, I am…"
This group is for all those whose grief has been disenfranchised (not supported or acknowledeged by family, friends or society) I hope this group will exist to enfranchise your grief. Please don't grieve alone.See More
During the tragic loss of a loved one or having gone through several tragedies , be it death of a loved one, divorce , personal health issues, or getting older , ect. Sometimes the stress and depression compounded by grief can be debilitating and it may have us feel as if we are mourning our own deaths while we are grieving the loss of our loved ones , We feel as if our own lives are over , Being in this mode can make recovery a longer more confusing process for some. It can be uncomfortable to…See More
How do I begin to thank you for the life you have given me. A life that included 4 loving children, 4 beautiful grandchildren and memories that will last forever.We had more then the romantic love we had when we first met almost 40 years ago. That fades with time. Through the ups and downs, fights and reconciliations, laughter and tears we had something more. We had true love, commitment, trust, and most importantly we had friendship. Since 1975 we have been together to celebrate every…See More
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
I am a mother of 2 teenagers.I enjoy reading, the beach and anything my girls do!
About my Loss:
June2020 I lost the love of my life to brain cancer. I actually lost most of him 12/2018 when his memory began to fail. My world was shattered, it still is... we were both married (twice). We met at a young age and just never had the right timing, but it was real...
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"You're welcome, too. As for me -- same as it has been since my husband died. I don't expect it will ever change. I know what you mean about being over the shock, and I suppose it's usually/mostly that way for me as well, but…"
"The 4th of July is my husband's favorite holiday -- mostly because of all the cookouts/barbecues/food, but also because of the fireworks. So, as with so many other things since he died, I find that I can't celebrate it. There's simply…"
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