Recently widowed fifth generation Japanese American funeral director, LOS Angeles native
About my Loss:
My beloved wife died unexpectedly from what I now understand was an accidental overdose of pain and anxiety/ depression medications.
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I am a funeral director- not sure that it counts but I have close to ten years of experience in that realm. previously. I was a unit manger for a family practice Urgent Care clinic and was also a former paralegal/ workers comp hearing rep
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Thank you so much for accepting my request. Im so sorry about the loss of your wife. I hope you are doing ok Ok I left a comment somewhere asking you a question although I don't know where it went I don't see it. I just joined this site and have no idea what im doing or where im supposed to be posting..so no telling where my a question is but if you don't see it please let me know and ill repost it. thank you very much
Tank you for your truly understood words. It is the words of those who have experienced the sudden loss of a truly beloved spouse that resonate with me. I am in the darkness you write about, and the pain is agonizing. I cannot sleep until my body reaches the utmost exhaustion, and I awake realizing he is gone. unexpected moments can trigger my uncontrollable tears, while other times, I am a rock. I am sorry to hear about your loss and how you must have, and continue to, grieve her loss.
it's now been just over a month. The holidays are coming and so are anniversaries and birthdays. They now hold little meaning, if any.
How do you face these days that are meant to celebrate one another?
I just wanted to talk about a few things that happened yesterday.
First, my cousin texted me out of the blue yesterday. She too lost her dad to cancer at a little bit younger age, only a few years ago. In a twisted way, it is kind of…"