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At 8:07pm on May 20, 2011, Lee Larkin said…

Hi Tammy,

Just wondering how you are doing and wondering if you have been able to move forward.  It takes time.  After the death of my husband in 2004  it took me 4 years to not cry everyday.  People really thing something is wrong with you and that you probably need to seek help.  I don't agree. I think people have to grieve in their own time, not other peoples time.  My breakthrough came in my own time.  I am moving forward. 

Lee

At 1:06pm on October 10, 2010, Gregory C Williams said…
Hi Tammy my name is Greg it`s nice to meet you. I lost my wife Carol 1 year later on March 4, 2008 on my fathers birthday.
At 7:51am on June 29, 2008, ingrid Mapson said…
Hi Tammy, nice to meet you. Hope all is well. Write back, this way I know you check from time to time.
At 11:29pm on May 31, 2008, Daisy said…
Tammy I dont know what i would do if I had to face your circumstance... My husband currently has been testing for cancer... as he has been ill, my husband is 36 also I see the fear in his face when its time to go get results for this test or that test... things have been coming back as negative.. but there is still issues that has not been resolved. One day before i even found this site the sudden feeling came over me of "what will i do if something happened to him" who's going to protect me, who's going to hear me" its a scary thing to think and KNOW that human the man you love the people you love, can be here today and gone tomorrow forever.... Tammy your loved ones are in a place we yet to get too... and with FAITH we will see them again.. I wish and pray for the least pain for you and children as well if you have...
Good luck Tammy.... wont go away but it does get a tad bit manageable.....
At 10:26am on May 21, 2008, Lee Larkin said…
Tammy, I am so sorry for your sudden loss. I do not know how you feel, but I can say I can identify with your circumstances. Four years ago, I lost my brother to cancer. He was younger than me and it was unexpected, at least for me. I felt that he would get better, he was only 46 years old. While still in grief for my brother, I lost my husband suddenly to a massive heart attack one year later. He was 54 years old and a exercise freak. He was physically in such good shape that the doctor's in the ER could not determine his cause of death and made it a coroner's case. When the coroner phoned me, he indicated that my husband was apparently doing everything that he should have been doing. He exercised, watched what he eat. I could not comprehend or except his death for a year. For two years I cried more than I have cried my entire life time. Time has helped me learn to deal with death. By no means do you get over it, just learn to deal with it after you can accept it.
 
 
 

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