Hi Scott I'm so sorry for your loss. It's been two months for me. What a horrible time this has been as I'm sure you know. I have been making myself get out more often but it's so hard. I do feel guilty that she's not here to share the future. We had so many plans. Every day is a struggle without her. Talking to you and others helps me realize that what I'm feeling is normal and someday when I think of her my tears will be tears of joy and not sadness. Sending lots of love and hugs. Mary
Thank you for your reply Scott. I will be turning 51 next week, and this is the first time I have really been alone in my entire life. I am scared, but most of all so incredibly lonely for the one person who knew me the best. Thank you for your comments. I will try to remember to get out a little bit and to not close myself off totally to the world at large. Thank you.
Scott, When some we love so much leaves us suddenly it is very hard. We were not ready to say good bye. There is a book I highly recommend that has help me with the sudden death of my partner who died after surgery. The book is entitled "I wasn't ready to say good bye". Do not let anyone dictate how you should grieve. It is much harder when the person was not even there for you to reach out after death and hold and kiss and tell them you will always love them and never forget them.