Hi Robbie, I joined the group last night. I wan to tell you that I am so sorry for your loss. I have also lost 2 sons. My first one was 4 years old. The second one was 27. He died in a car accident with his girlfriend. I can understand your pain of losing your two precious sons at a car accident at the same time. I just want you to know that even thought we do not know each other we are route companions in our grief path. Please feel free to write me if you feel like. For now please receive a warm hug from Toronto, Canada.
I lost my oldest son 4 yrs ago in a plane crash.
Still here grieving daily and can't seem to shake it. I am so sorry for your loss, I fear losing my other son everyday. I am living life now with a grandson, if not for him I could not continue living this way.
Dear Robbie, I have been thinking about you and your family, hoping you are enjoying those grandbabies of yours. How are you feeling? Grief takes such a toll on you physically. In my readings I learned, and recognized in myself, much yawning, sighs, and deep breathing. As I mentioned in my first note to you, a short attention span is common. No two people grieve the same – that includes spouses. You have a double loss and I am praying for you and your family. I pray that you find peace, strength, and all the love you need to help you through this difficult time. Cynthia