"I have been struggling along trying to improve upon what I was left to deal with without my husbands unfailing support for four and half years. I still want to die. Everyday. And of course he would want for me to not have to suffer…"
"Hi Kim. We have a lot of similarities. Lost my husband to an aggressive cancer May 10th. We had his celebration of life May 19th and it was truly a celebration with music, stories, food, a bonfire. Just what he would've…"
"I don't think you are being an A hole. I just think maybe you've had more time to clearly think and grieve. I hope to get to the point where I can live my life without despair every waking moment as well. I appreciate…"
"Not trying to be an A-hole here folks but, C'mon waiting/wanting to die? My Andrea is gone almost 3 years and she is always on my mind. I have good days and bad days BUT I try to live whatever days I have left the way she would want me to. She…"
"I lost my husband to cancer 7 months after he was diagnosed. We were married young and 43 years. I was his primary caregiver and he went downhill very fast and actually became total care, lost 70 pounds, became confused. I was…"
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
"Linda, I dont know, but am told by many woman who are in this awful situation, that men suffer the worst, that's what grieving widows tell me.
Regarding God, I am an agnostic, it was my late wife who was believed in God, she was also a non-…"
I don't think men take their wife's death any harder women. It's the people who have a beautiful marriage and are true soulmates that grief the most. It has been four years since I lost my Husband to cancer and each day is…"
"Having a very difficult day.... my brother has cancer it is very bad... it's like a roller coaster and getting worse each day. They are still doing treatments but to hear what is going on ur sounds so bleak and hopeless and like it is just a…"
"Enjoying the idea of a conspiracy of beloved cats, especially ones named Spooky -- thanks Morgan for letting me know of this connection. Actually my earlier post was also stimulated by a sense of connection with Bluebird's lost cat and John…"
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