Bereaved Spouses

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Comment by Virginia on June 18, 2010 at 5:31pm
Hi Patricia, I'm so sorry for your loss. You have come to a good place here we all share the grief we all know the pain and lonelyness.I hope you find it helpfull, as we are all in different stages of the grieving process and can help each other thru it. God Bless. Virginia
Comment by Virginia on June 18, 2010 at 5:26pm
Peg, What good news now you can relax a bit, your angel is with you and protecting you. God Bless
Comment by Patricia W. Joyner on June 18, 2010 at 4:27pm
My husband, Gorham, passed away on Feb. 15, 2010. It was very sudden from fluid on his lungs. I miss him very much, but I know that life has to go on!
Comment by kathleen caylor on June 18, 2010 at 2:32pm
Harry must be looking after you!It's nice to have GOOD news for a change!
Comment by Peg Otley on June 18, 2010 at 1:55pm
Hello everyone!

I would like to thank all of you for your prayers for me in reference to my need of a liver transplant.
This morning, I had my appointment for a 2nd opinion and the doctor told me "Although I MAY SOMEDAY need one, He does NOT feel it is necessary at this time!!!! Alleluia !!!!!!!!! Thank you all again and again. Another crisis averted! (for now).
Comment by Virginia on June 17, 2010 at 8:18am
Nina, I'm sorry for your loss, I'm at 13 & 1/2 months and things are just getting better this month for me, but at times the pain and crying is as hard as if it was yesterday. I guess you never know if it will ever end I don't think it will. God Bless all, Virginia
Comment by BoLynn on June 17, 2010 at 1:20am
Nina, I had the same experience in the hospice Bo was was in. He passed in late August and in December, the hospice had a tree lighting ceremony for those that have passed with stars with their names on Christmas trees. The ceremony was out side, but I went in to see if I could look in the room where he passed just one more time. The staff were excellent but there were two nurses that was exceptional in their care for Bo. Both of them was on duty that night and they both held me in their arms as I cried. They told me how much they enjoyed my husband and his humor and how touched they were with how many people came to visit and how he was loved. I didn't get to see in the room. Sadly it was occupied and the door was closed.
Comment by Nina on June 16, 2010 at 11:15pm
I recently saw one of the Nurses Aids that helped take care of my husband John while he was in the hospital, she asked me how I was doing, & I started crying again. We shared some good memories that John created with the staff at the hospital. It meant alot to me for her stopping & taking the time to talk to me & for letting me cry on her shoulders. This morning before I left for work, I went into the bedroom where my husband slept & I talked to him & told him how very much I still love & miss him. It's now been 3 1/2 months since God called my beloved husband home to be with him. Some times I lash out at God for taking John away from me & for the pain & hurt that I feel over this lose, and then I apologize to God for my anger. God wanted another Rose for his Garden so he picked John to add to his Garden of Roses. When if ever does the pain start to cease?
Comment by Liz Minvielle on June 16, 2010 at 3:08am
I need to find a group for Widows!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*****Please, help!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*******Robert Minvielle, my loving-compassionate husband recently passed and I could really use some company going through this process too!!!

I can be emailed at or and again, if anyone out-there has an extra minute or two, please,
look at Poetic Marketer via Google's home page.

Thanks for being their!!!
Comment by Liz Minvielle on June 16, 2010 at 2:44am
Introducing myself: My Husband passed into his next life in the very early morning hours of March 10th, as I anxiously awoke only to find him stiff. Quickly tried to revive him, but nothing worked. I phoned Hospice. It took about 45 minutes for them to arrive at that point his nearest relative, one of his brothers had arrived. At that point he had gone into rigamortous.
It's Hard-as-Hell, we were such a Loving-compassionate couple, we were planning to spend the rest of our lives together, you know grow-old together!!! He was only 58 & I'm just 49! We were a perfect match!!! I have so many fantastic memories and I really, truly don't want to believe it!!!
It seems to be getting harder, as our Wedding anniversary approaches, which is/ was the 24th of this month!!! Any & all replies are welcome!!!
Also, please look at "Poetic Marketer" from Googles Home Page for more info!!!
Liz Minvielle

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