Ronna Doescher
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The Four Tasks of Mourning, from "understanding your grief", by Alan D Wolfelt, Ph.D
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Task 1: Accept The Reality Of The LossWhen someone dies, even if the death is expected, there is always a sense that it hasn't happened. The first task of grieving is to come full face with the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David A Oct 15, 2011.

The potential aspects of your grief journey from "understanding your grief" by Alan D Wolfelt, Ph.D

In the final artivle in this series, I will explore Greif Attacks or Memory Embraces, Sudden Changes in Mood, Identification Symptoms of Physical Illness, Powerlessness and Helplessness, Dreams,…Continue

Started Oct 13, 2011

Toward An Understanding of the "Going Crazy Syndrome" by Alan D Wolfelt, Ph.D
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In the beautiful book, A Grief Observed, C.S. Lewis wrote about his experience after the death of his wife.  He stated, " An odd by-product of my loss is that I'm aware of being an embarrassment to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pamela Culotta Nov 3, 2011.

The twelve Freedoms of Healing in Grief, by Alan D Wolfelt, Phd

Freedom 1:  You have the freedom to realize you grief is uniqueYour grief is unique.  No one else will grieve in exactly the same way. Your experiences will be influenced by a variety of factors: the…Continue

Started Oct 12, 2011

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About Me:
I am a 46 year old female that had lived with my significant other for about 4 years. I love animals, nature and meditation.
About my Loss:
I lost my significant other of 4 years to an accidental overdose. He was on chronic pain medication, but had been abusing them years before I met him. Three days before his death, his dr confronted him about abusing meds, Then increased and gave him more. He ended up with 120 hydrocodne 10, 120 xanax 1 mg, neurotin 120, 90 amitiriptyline. I found him dead in bed next to me after he had been dead for about 6 hours. Since he slept on his stomach, his face and front were bruised and swollen from blood settling.
His family has taken everything from me, including some of my things. They cannot understand how he accidentally overdosed. He frequently abused his pain medications, which started well before I met him. His doctor increased his doses of meds and added more 3 days prior to his death.
We were never formally married, we called ourselves husband and wife, But his family cannot or will not accept this.
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How I am feeling lately

I Can Not by Ronna Doescher on Friday, January 6, 2012 at 9:44am · I can not sleep, for dreams of you are waiting for me Though I love to see, It hurt's too much when I awake The thought of not seeing you in person is too much for me to bear I can not be awake, for thoughts of you are in my mind they take over and I cry all over from missing you The thought that you will not be with me is more than I can bear People ask me how I can think of joining you, but they don't understand I can not…


Posted on February 8, 2012 at 5:57pm

Without You

Heaven must have been very lonely without you

for God has called you home

Before it was your time here on earth

Heaven must have been very depressed without you

for the way you lift everyone's spirit

But there is no one left here to do that for me

Heaven must have been very dull without you

for You always made everyone smile

But now there are tears for you here On Earth

Heaven must have needed you much more than we did

but I… Continue

Posted on September 5, 2011 at 12:22pm

HOw I am doing today

Today I fel the loss of you greatly. It is hard to imagine that you are not here. When I wake up, it takes a moment to realize I will never see you again. It's hard to know that I can not share my day and get your loving answers and support that I so looked forward to. Today, I felt more like joining you than ever. They say I may not go to the same place that you are, but the emptiness and lonliness that you left behind are almost too much to bear. I do not have many people I can share with my… Continue

Posted on August 27, 2011 at 3:12am — 1 Comment

A poem to the lost

The twilight of your years has come to soon for it is not even barely fall.

The life you have lived has had so much experience that god must have said you have done enough and brought you home

Although your day to day suffering and pain have gone the pain and emptiness yoiu leave behind is much more than you could have imagined.

You leave behind those who loved and cherished you, but I know that in some way you are watching over us, trying your best to comfort us especially in… Continue

Posted on August 27, 2011 at 3:00am

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