Hello my name is Sandra. I am 30 yrs old and two days ago I lost my son's Dad at the age of 26. Although we were together for 9yrs we had recently separated. The last conversation we had was not the best. I never had the chance to tell him I was sorry. I still loved him and I regret our last conversation. I cannot forgive myself and move on, he wasn't suppose to die this young. How can I be strong for my son if I can't even keep it together for myself? I can't do it on my own. I miss him more now then when we first split up. I feel angry towards him for leaving me to raise our son on my own. I don't want to feel this way towards him but idk what to do

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I am so sorry to hear of your loss. The best thing you can do for your son is take good care of his mommy. You might find these free emails helpful: www.griefshare.org. I signed up for them after my husband died and found encouragement in my inbox every morning.

I hope you will find comfort in remembering that your son's dad knew you loved him. You can't change the last conversation. But you can remember that that was not the entire story. You, I'm sure, had many good times together. May God give you much help as you walk through such a difficult time, Sandra.
just take one moment at a time, breath deep, take care of you. it all takes time. i am sorry for your loss, i know how it feels.
thats a ?? i have myself. how do u move on?? i lost my love on sept.3rd an u feel so alone an hurt an lost. so many emotions at one time. what i have been doing is trying to take it day by day. i visit his grave anytime possible. i cry an let it all out there at his grave an let him know how i feel.


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