"29 years ago tonight I met a beautiful, young lady who would eventually be my wife and mother of our two sons.
That beautiful lady was cruelly taken from me this past year by the ruthless monster called cancer.
Kathy, I love you, I miss…"
First of all, I wish to offer my deepest condolences on the loss of your husband.
I lost my wife of over 26 1/2 years to breast cancer exactly 9 months today. As crazy as it sounds, what you are going through right now physically and…"
You should not feel at all guilty for expressing your true feelings. You, I and the others here have been cruelly and unwillingly put in this, our worst nightmares come true, without any foolproof way to cope with it."
As hard as it is for the rest of us to endure the upcoming holidays it must be at least doubly difficult for you given the circumstances your husband and you were dealt with.
To everyone here who has put up with this hell for multiple…"
I wish to extend my deepest sympathies on the loss of your spouse under what must be the most heart breaking circumstances imaginable. I lost my wife on March 31 of this year after a six year battle with breast cancer. I can relate to…"
As bad as I feel now, I do not look forward to the holidays as this will be the first holiday season without my beloved wife. We also met on a New Year's Eve and I am really dreading that day. I can't see myself lasting years on…"
Lost Kathy, my beautiful wife of over 26 and a half years to metastatic breast cancer after 6 years of courageously fighting this dreadful disease on March 31, 2017. She was my everything and I have just about given up my will to live after losing the love of my life.
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Paul, I'm very sorry that you lost your wife, Kathy and the tremendous void her passing has left you with. I'm sending my prayers up for you and your family too! I hope you've found some comfort from the site. We all know what it is to lose someone we love dearly, so we all share a bond that way.
Thanks for responding to my post. It is very tragic what's happening. The only consolation I find in all of our losses is that our loved ones don't have to deal with any of the crap happening here in this world anymore. That doesn't help those of us left behind because we're still here dealing with it every day.
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