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Bereaved Spouses

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Comment by kathleen caylor on April 9, 2010 at 5:41pm
Hey Tom,You up for a trip to Florida??My house needs painting!!!
Comment by BoLynn on April 8, 2010 at 11:28pm
Like Tom, it would be nice to have a "friend". I did not seek Bo out, he was brought to me by fate. If I'm lucky, fate will be kind to me again.
Comment by brenda horne on April 8, 2010 at 7:55pm
Kim it takes time i am sorry that i dont have a better answer for you i lost my husband to cancer in 2008 it gets a little easier as time goes by but my life will never be the same sometimes i feel like my life is over also he was my everything only 51 when he passed we have two daughters and our first grandchild on the way i always wanted a grandson my husband did too and that is what we are having just take it one day at a time and try to stay busy and dont be afraid to seek professional help if that is what it takes i see a psycologist weekly and she has helped me alot sorry for your lose
Comment by Yvonne on April 8, 2010 at 7:45pm
Brigitte We will all be their in spirit, rooting you on. Have a wonderful day.
Comment by Yvonne on April 8, 2010 at 7:36pm
Oh Lois wouldn't that be wonderful. What a beautiful thought. We could have a big pity party with lots of ice cream and donuts. LOL
Comment by Marlena on April 8, 2010 at 6:32pm
Randolph,
I just past the 1 year mark, March 16th, of losing my husband, Tom. There are no miracle words of wisdom that anyone can offer to make it any easier for you to bear. The only thing we can really say about it is that you made it...you actally survived a whole year. Keep doing exactly what you are doing...carrying on her legacy. Don't let the world forget her and how much she means to you. I feel like everything I do I do to honor Tom and all that he was and will continue to be.
I wish you peace and comfort in the coming days. I hope the memories bring more smiles than tears. Hang on tight to everything you two meant to each other, that will carry you through.
Marlena (and Tom)
Always and Forever
Comment by Randolph L. Schrader on April 8, 2010 at 5:16pm
In eight days my wife has been gone a year. The sadness and lonliness and not wanting to live on will always be there. After44 years with my "pal" I am alone. I will carry on the best I can to maintain that her legacy live on and never be forgotten. My life is no life now.
Comment by Jeanette Kilpatrick on April 8, 2010 at 4:49pm
My husband of 60 years passed away last May 23 and I still miss him terribly. He was sick for several years with COPD, along with some other things. I am glad he is not suffering any longer but I still miss him so much. This Tuesday was his 79th birthday and I went to the cemetery and put one red rose in his vase, along with the blue flowers I had taken earlier. I talked to him for a little while, cried a little while and then left. I know he did not hear me but it was good to say the things I said. I am so lonely I can't stand it. I don't want to die but I can't stand to live. I can't do the things I used to do because of my advancing age and disability. I never dreamed it would be so hard to carry on.
Comment by Kim Hawkins on April 8, 2010 at 3:58pm
I found sheila on the members list. When I click on her I see a blog she has been writing on. I send her a message and told her do click on Grief Support Forum at top to post massages that we can see and write back on.
Comment by jeanette williams on April 8, 2010 at 3:54pm
DEAR KAY, IT'S REALLY REALLY GOING TO TAKE TIME TO GET OVER YOUR HUSBAND DEATH. AND U NEVER GET OVER IT ,IT JUST FEELS A LIL BETTER.IT'S GOOD THAT U HAVE SUPPORT FROM SO MANY PEOPLE. I LOST MY SON AND HUSBAND IN 2009. AND IT 'S STILL VERY HARD FOR ME. I CRY ,BUT FAITH IN GOD KEEPS ME GOING. I HAVE MY DAUGHTER AND GRANDKIDS AND I THANK GOD FOR THEM EACH DAY WITH OUT THEM I WOULD BE LOST. KEEP YOURSELF BUSY AND STAY IN PRAYER.
 

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