Rachel Lynn Schuler
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  • Hanover, PA
  • United States
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I am a 41 year old female....love to watch tv, play games on the computer, sing, just so many different things...I am very kind and outgoing, sweet person
About my Loss:
My mother Nancy, god rest her soul, passed on December 8 of 2010 from cancer....I am having a more than difficult time dealing with her death, and its very unreal to me....the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with....I miss her so, my heart is breaking

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The death of my brotherinlaws brother conrad

I have not seen conrad in years but he died today from bladder cancer not sure if i will go to funeral im ok but he was special my heart goes out to my family

Posted on May 19, 2017 at 6:25pm

my mom

the story of my mom's passing is indeed a sad one....first of all, we were very close, probably closer than two people could be....especially in her last two years....anyways....she was to go in for minor surgery to have her ovaries removed, she had a cyst, and the dr. wanted to remove it because in older people the cysts can turn cancerous....I had talked to her a couple days before the procedure....she was in high spirits because she was looking forward to being out of pain, for the past year… Continue

Posted on February 8, 2011 at 1:00am — 7 Comments

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At 7:26am on March 7, 2015, pushpa said…
A very Happy birthday to your Mom, Rachel.Cherish her memories.A part of her lives in you.lots of Love.
At 11:19am on September 5, 2014, Corinne Gibson said…

Hi Rachel,

I just finished reading your blog post about your mother. Your story is a moving one and it truly has touched my heart. I would love to talk to you more about it.

I am part of a research team at Saint Louis University that is conducting a research project about how families communicate about making medical decisions for loved ones at the end-of-life.If this is something you would be comfortable with, please email me at cgibso10@slu.edu.

Best,

Corinne Gibson

At 7:33pm on December 7, 2013, Survivor17 said…

Hi Rachel , It was a pleasure chatting with you this evening, I am sad for your loss and I hope you feel peace while singing and remembering your mom this weekend. Take good care of yourself . peace xo Niecy

At 3:26am on March 23, 2012, Brenda Ann said…
Rachel,
Please don,t break... There is help and comfort... There are people that care like all of us. The greatest help though is from God. Throw your burden on him, he promises to help. Isaiah 41:10 & 13.

I care too! If you email me at mawmaw1591@gmail.com I will give you my phone number. I will keep you in my prayers.

Brenda
At 1:19pm on October 24, 2011, mercy said…
Hey Rachel, I hope things are still working out well for you with the new guy. Life has its own way of going on no matter how hard our situations are. I know you are so happy and that in itself makes me happy and hopeful that one day, I'll be able to smile with abandon and look foward to the little things life has to offer. God Bless.
At 6:53pm on August 26, 2011, mercy said…

Hi Rachel; these are the times I wish I had your number. Is there any way we can talk? I'm so worried about you. I've had some rough days and been sickly but with my little one, I push myself. I'm now out oftown visiting a friend and trying to take it easy.

Please let me know if we can talk?

At 1:07pm on August 15, 2011, mercy said…
Hi Rachel; I'm so glad to see you posting again. I understand how hard it can be at times since I too get depressed reading other peoples experience with grief. I was just very concerned about you cause of your previous hosptilizations. Its good to know that you've been able to visit your moms grave lately. I've not been able to do that. I just want to believe that mom isn't there. So many times I wish she was cremated, its so hard to know her remains are in the ground, it just doesn't feel right. Maybe one day I'll have the courage to visit her grave. My yahoo id is kanyoni16; hopefully we can chat sometime.
At 5:50pm on August 14, 2011, Susan Miller said…

Thanks for your response Rachel, it was kind of you to take the time to reach out.  So nice to hear from someone who understands that one's Mom's clothes aren't "just clothes".  When I told my husband that I had given away most of Mom's clothes, he said "oh, that's good."  I think he was happy to have one less thing cluttering up the closet!

At 11:51pm on August 12, 2011, mercy said…
Rachel; I've not seen you here for a while and I'm starting to worry about you. Please post something so we may know you are ok. I've had a very tough time the last two weeks; my grief is so deep sometimes that I long for death but I know my time is not now and I'll try my best to hold on for now. Please my friend, let me know how you are.
At 4:42pm on July 3, 2011, Sue Waxman said…

Thank you for embracing me into this community of such loving and caring human beings. I am so greatful to have found this website. That cancer...that damn cancer. I told God the other night that if he needed a soul to take..mine was his. If a mother is sick and her children need her..take me instead. If a father is sick and his children and wife need him..take me. I know this sounds like drama, but I really would give up my life in order to spare someone else of the pain of loss. I have no children and really no close family. I am completely alone. With the exception of my wonderful Golden Retriever Rudy and my 3 kitties Gerda, Will and Petrone. They cover my body at night like a blanket. They feel my pain. Make it through today...she what tomorrow brings.

 
 
 

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Think I’ve mentioned someplace on this site that sharing meals and cooking was always very important to my husband...it was also a big part of my mother’s life and one of the ways she showed affection and concern for those in her life, they were similar in many ways, including that one.  My husband used to tell people that he’d always “had trouble distinguishing food, love, and sex” — he’d say it in a joking way, but he really believed that in some way, at the deepest level, they were all one…See More
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Dark Night and Day of the Soul

Hello Morgan, Bluebird, Linda at al. I'm sorry it has been so awfully long since my last contact.  A Year? I have always read the posts, though and have felt the same horrible burning pain I have the last, nearly 5 years since Nancy left me. I have had a couple of tia's including a lengthy bout of "aphasia". It was almost comedic as I couldn't talk but kept trying to tell the emt's which hospital to drop me at. This year, I have come to the concludion will be my year, 2020 will be the year I…See More
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