Hi Gia First of all sorry for your loss... I know it is hard and seems like we live in a Fog
or that we have a Fog around us. I have'nt posted for awhile either, but I do read all the posts & that in itself is helpful. Have you gone to a Beravement class? Most Churches have it,
and Hospitals can reccomend one. I found that to be helpful in my case. I didn't have anyone to support and or help me at all, which of course made it much harder. I also felt people didn't think it was that difficult because I too was Married for 5 years, especially my family didn't give me hardly any support at all, I feel they thought oh well she wasn't married that long, but loss is loss!! and of course this site is wonderful Or maybe even u might want to find one on one counseling. I lost my Husband 1 1/2 yrs ago & I miss him every day he an I were both retired, so we spent everyday together I have no children so its been so very very hard the hardest thing I've ever been through in my life, but it will get better but it's different what helps me is that so many people have harder things that they go through than us ie illness disability etc. But just take it one day @ a time Sorry you had to move on top of everything else but it might be a blessing to live in a different house, not as many memories & so glad u hv yr mother. Take Care.. one day at a time... dyan
Hi, Gia. First, let me tell you how sorry I am for your loss. I also am fairly new to this. My husband of 39 years passed away May 3rd at what I consider fairly young. He was only 66. Of course, yours was much younger. I have had some experience with grief since we lost our eldest son on December 13, 2006 at the age of 32. You never get over a loss like that. But, it is so much different to lose your spouse. At times it feels as it some of my body has been cut off. I rejoice for Larry because he is no longer in pain and has been reunited with his loved ones, especially our son. I hope and pray that you can begin to focus on what you did have with your husband during the 6 years you were together. Just remember, it is one day at a time, and sometimes one hour, minute, or second.