"Reach out for professional help as I have done and continue to do nearly two years after my beloved wife passed away. For several months, I saw a therapist at Hospice. I have met weekly for lunch with friends I met during support group meetings at…"
"My wife of 33 years passed away a year and a half ago. I still have times when the loss still is so painful. I got some help from classes at Hospice -- classes or groups made up of other widows and widowers. Hospice also offered me individual…"
Richard, I am so sorry for your loss. I think we all look forward to the time we will meet again. But please do not give up on life and continue to try the beauty around you. My husband was killed by a drugged driver while on a lunch walk on April 8, 2016. We were married 44 years. I feel and see signs of him being near all the time. Bless you, and keep talking to her.
I am very sorry for the loss that has brought you here to our family. I sincerely hope that you will find some peace and comfort through allowing us to share in your grief, and in so doing perhaps to lighten your burden a bit.
All of us here have been in your place, and although our stories are different, the emotions and sense of loss are the same. I send to you my welcome, and prayers for some calm and relief from your loneliness. We will be here, offering our support and a safe place to express yourself whenever you need us.