UK. Now it's silent. I'm waiting to see her again. I dread mornings and fast forward to get to sleep with help of zquil! I'm an only child and my rock is gone. Tomorrow would be the 2nd month that my husband passed away, 19 days after being diagnosed with liver cancer. I have been reading all these comments and felt filled with compassion for the terrible reality of our shared grief experiences. On that cold January night, I was working in an application on my computer, and also still fretting over the status of my old friend - wondering where he had gone, and if he was OK. I lost my husband of 23 years 5 months ago - 10/27/18. I’ve had a couple of things happen to me In the first few weeks after his passing, but nothing since. very true i lost my wife 12 years ago while i was at son called to tell me my wife passed out.i got to the hospital and she was in a coma she died three days later.she was my everything i keep working so i don’t have those 8 hours to think about missing her so much there are days i just want to die. I feel totally alone. .. love is eternal. Our 30 year marriage was a wonderful one. All those strange things that keep happening, in my view, can only add up to one thing: Your loved ones are letting you know that they haven't gone for good but have just stepped out of view for a while. I was young but wise. It's not lavish gestures that show love, it's the little everyday things. I was his caregiver. You can also talk with a bereavement counsellor or contact others in a similar situation. No, I am not happy with God either. it’s amazing to me how many people think should be healed by now! We never were able to have children. November 2, 2019, he died. The nights are just the hardest...his face kept haunting me...kept coming to my dream...I keep hearing a friend said that life still goes on, yeah it's easy for them to say it because they don't know how painful and regret I feel. It was April 18, 2005 my dad was still in ICU at the hospital (so some of you know the visiting hours are a lot different) I spent every visitation with my dad that was scheduled for an hour, so on the 18th it was the last visitation for the evening, he was sitting up sideways in his bed, feet dangling over the edge and I told him he looked and must have felt great that evening, he looked at me and his words have stuck in my head still to this day he said "Baby girl, your daddy is going home" my reply was one he probably heard a few times over 20 years, I told him when the doctor tell us you can. I always disliked the expression “passed away’. The solution I/we took: live in community with other people, sharing a place…avoids lonliness. We have two children, two boys ages 11 and 6. Don’t know why there just can’t be a socially sanctioned red pill to take so we can leave. Pray for you always....RIP. Love and miss you, Kevin. He was 56. I still expect to wake up and this will all be the worst nightmare I've ever had. He was always there, unchanging, my rock. Now I see a hint of new purpose unfolding as a flower petal captured on a camera lens, each day a hint more revealed. And as much as I am grateful for others touch, it is not the same. He had a stroke at work and a brain aneurism and he passed at the hospital. my son called me three hours later to tell me my wife passed out.she died three days later and till this day i think i should have went home.i am 72 now and i am alone and sad hoping for the day we are together again.remember you are not alone on this ride of grief you have a lot of company God help us. Whitecaps fluttered like strips of lace bobbing up and down in the unusually choppy water. Sad to say but it still hurts like it did the first few months. I'm so sorry for your loss. Raced just for me He often comes to my dream and talks and says that he is in hurry , so sometimes he gives me coin, sometimes asks some new dress to wear, sometimes weeps so badly with me hugging me. We were married for 62 years. I feel totally alone. He was 18. You go on. I miss every aspect of our lives together!!! I have experienced 3 sightings of deceased people an elderly aunt, my partner’s mother and more recently my mother they appeared for a few seconds then just vanished I was wide awake at the time it was a comforting feeling did this really happen or was I just imagining it, I will keep an open mind. He loved her. What I shall miss. Suddenly I felt a gentle caress that extended the length of my spine. I have been to groups and counseling but nothing eases the pain and loneliness. No one informed us of what happen to him until we found it from our family phone tracker. Did I say tired? Now Its just her & me. After getting our butts kicked so many years with the usual trials of a tough financial life-we had it made. So two months went by. I've been talking to my wife as if she were here getting no response of course. This realization has me quite emotional tonight. I am so sorry for your loss. My husband died in Dec.’17 and I still can’t believe it. My head tells me that I must carry on to fulfill his wishes, but my broken heart tells me I don't want to be here without him. He survived but died a year and half later as it opened up again, but before his last operation he gave me a letter to tell me how much he loved me and our children. Iam asking him to wait for me till my death, will he wait for me? Don’t wait, book a reading now! She passed just 12 days before she was to meet our great grandson for the first time. My heart grieves for you and having to continue on. I can’t stand when one calls him “dead”when I know his spirit is very alive. I didn't have my husband, so I would go to him. I was hoping to carry on without my husband, it’s been 4 months since he past away and I’m still in pain. I go to work, make sure I am there for our children & try to survive against all odds! He died at home after being at the hospital for 8 1/2 hours for chemo and radiation. I try to smile & put on a "happy" face for the world. I don't know how to live, I was 16 when we became inseparable. How. We had an unbreakable bond (believe me I gave my love a reason or two to try to break it in our years but we worked through it and it only made our love stronger) and were soulmates in every way. The doctor told me he was going to dive again and he would not recover. I am lost and empty. We were supposed to grow old together. there are nights i lay in bed so tierd i drift in and out of sleep, I start to rub her back behind me , because she always sat with her feet dangleing over the edge playing magong . STOP! Right now I don't eat, I've lost 20 pounds, I hardly sleep, I don't sleep in our bed but on top of a daybed. I wish you well and so sorry for your loss xx, Dear Helen. I’m angry with him because he wouldn’t try to help himself….he ate whatever he wanted even though a diabetic. She said thank you. People will say I should be moving forward, not dwelling. we all hurt and it sucks to say the least. I felt his presence in the car. Feeling your loved one's presence during this time can be a bit of a mixed blessing because it can, and often does, make the longing to see them even greater. I know it sounds crazy, but I'm worried if I let the ashes go , she'll go too.. My husband passed away on 11/27/2017 and life hasn't been the same but I do feel his presence with me and I'm not afraid. That to me is not enough to put him to sleep like some arsehole said I should have done in the gym the other day when I told him. I lost my husband 15 days, 8 hours and 8 mins ago we just burying him yesterday. I do find I don't feel comfortable when I visit her Grave seeing her name on the headstone ( I know it doesn't make sense ) because it somehow makes it more permanent.? He's been in my life since I was 17 and were married for 32 years on the day I will never forget 2 May will be our 33rd wedding anniversary and when that day comes I do not know what I'm going to do. We had the most beautiful wedding.


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