Hi my name is Kelly. This is my first time on here I am 31yrs old I lost my husband May 29,2011. I am just looking for support & help. I have two little girls 7 & 5. He was diagnosed with cancer in Oct of 2010. He beat the cancer & won, but the chemo is what got him & cost him his life. I really have no idea what I am doing sorry. All i know is I need someone to talk to who knows what I am going through.

 

 

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Kori, I read your post to Kelly and wanted to wish you peace  over your loss also. My husband died suddenly/unexpectedly in a work related "accident" a year ago. He was 38 yrs. young. His son, my stepson, was 12 yrs. at the time and lived with us. No words can describe our sufferring- he was everything to us! I say that only because it helps me, when I know others are in a similar situation and feel that together we can get through this.

Prayers & e-HUGS to you and yours,

Christy
kori jacobson said:

Hi Kelly, I first want to tell you that I am sorry for your loss, there really isnt anything that anyone can say that will make you feel any better.  I am 37 yrs old and I lost my husband on May 12th, 2011.  He died very unexpectedly in his sleep, so my circumstances are a little different, but the same also.  We are still without our loved one, I have a 12 yrs old son.  The only thing that I can tell you is that each day has its own challenges and everything seems to reflect and remind you of that person that your missing.  The days dont get easier but you do learn how to function each day, I think our kids help us focus more each day because they need us.  I have an awesome church family that I am able to lean on.  You will have bad days and better days, dont feel bad for having better days.  Thank GOD each day is a new day, and remember that there are still blessings to be had.  Take care of yourself GOD BLESS

Kelly, my prayers are with you and your girls. You are fortunate to have found this place filled with people who KNOW what you are going through and although we all must handle things differently, we can benefit from others experience and advice. All ages and different circumstances but similar grief. This is a great place to vent because you will not be judged here,or at least that has been my experience. I have found the most wonderful , encouraging people here that really have been life savers & simply priceless to me over this past year. God knows we need understanding people at what is likely the hardest experience of our lives.

Hugs,

Christy

Thanks for that Christy :)



Christy said:

Kori, I read your post to Kelly and wanted to wish you peace  over your loss also. My husband died suddenly/unexpectedly in a work related "accident" a year ago. He was 38 yrs. young. His son, my stepson, was 12 yrs. at the time and lived with us. No words can describe our sufferring- he was everything to us! I say that only because it helps me, when I know others are in a similar situation and feel that together we can get through this.

Prayers & e-HUGS to you and yours,

Christy
kori jacobson said:

Hi Kelly, I first want to tell you that I am sorry for your loss, there really isnt anything that anyone can say that will make you feel any better.  I am 37 yrs old and I lost my husband on May 12th, 2011.  He died very unexpectedly in his sleep, so my circumstances are a little different, but the same also.  We are still without our loved one, I have a 12 yrs old son.  The only thing that I can tell you is that each day has its own challenges and everything seems to reflect and remind you of that person that your missing.  The days dont get easier but you do learn how to function each day, I think our kids help us focus more each day because they need us.  I have an awesome church family that I am able to lean on.  You will have bad days and better days, dont feel bad for having better days.  Thank GOD each day is a new day, and remember that there are still blessings to be had.  Take care of yourself GOD BLESS
Kelly, I'm so sorry for your loss.  I lost my husband 2/2/11.  Please feel free to email me trotwood83@yahoo.com    Kelly, this is a journey.  You will have good days and bad.  It's a very emotional time for you.  Take one day at a time.  You will get through it.  One day, you will read another widow's post, and will have some encouraging words for her.  Take Care.  God Bless You!!!

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