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At 2:17pm on July 15, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…

Stacey, thanks and I hope it helps!

keep in touch and keep your head up :)

At 7:10am on July 13, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…

Hi Stacey, I wanted to express my condolences to you about the loss of your husband.  I'm glad you found a support group to help you through this difficult time.  I lost my grandmother, who raised me...just thinking about it, wow it's been 15 years, and I still lose it when I think about her and then losing her, for too long.  I learned the Bible's promise that I can see her again on earth mentioned at John 5;28, 29 and Psalms 37:10, 11 gives me hope to see her again in the future and helps me continue on.  My hope is that this gives you comfort as well.  You and your son are in my prayers. Have a great day! 

At 5:39am on January 10, 2013, Jane P. said…

Stacy this is all part of grieving as you struggle with a new normal!  In the first stages of grief I use to worry about myself because I was doing so well but after looking back on it I was NOT doing well at all.  You are struggling to make sense of all of this and it is hard because you also have a young child to deal with who does not understand.  Take each day as a new beginning, and always look forward not back.  It truly is a baby step process and some days we feel as though we have fallen back to the beginning (the grief tango) and that is OK it just makes us stronger.  Your tears are healing for your soul so cry when you need to and it truly is about YOU.  

I am 17 months into this and I truly hate every day of being here but I am so I need to adjust, keep myself busy and look forward.  Just keep the faith and keep looking forward!  Sending you big hugs,  Jane P.

At 5:52am on January 4, 2013, Jane P. said…

Stacy I suggest you take some pictures of stuff you may be depending others to dispose of for you.  It will give you added documentation if need be and will protect your assets if they should be MIA.  Good luck with your move and remember to breath all of this is overwhelming! Hugs, Jane P.

At 9:53pm on January 1, 2013, Glen Harrison said…
Wow I can't believe that happened. .I'm so very sorry. I had to watch my wife die also. It was so horrible I still can't believe she's gone. Thanks for being there. Remember if u wanna talk day or night, I'm here. I'll give you my number if you ever wanna talk. I know exactly what you're going through.
At 9:06pm on January 1, 2013, Glen Harrison said…
Thank you for what you said. This is hardest thing I've ever had to go through. She was everything to me and taken away so soon at only 30 years old. Anytime you feel like talking I'm here for you.
At 8:35pm on January 1, 2013, Glen Harrison said…
Stacey, I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my wife a month ago in an atv accident. I miss her so much and still can't pick up the pieces. No words seem to help and I feel so lost right now. I almost gave up the other day. But I didn't cause I knew I have to be there for our children. Please do the same. Good luck.
At 8:55pm on November 14, 2012, Dick said…
Stacey...don't even try to understand why things like this happen. You won't get a definitive answer and will only drive yourself crazy trying to figure it out.

I can understand the shock of finding him like's an awful thing and you feel helpless. But you aren't deserving of guilt. There is no way of knowing if your getting home earlier would have saved him...or if this might have happened at a different time.

Still, even without guilt, you are and I both feel the pain of losing someone we loved.
At 5:10pm on November 14, 2012, Dick said…

Stacey...Oh do I relate to you.

Marje fell down 6 steps and hit her head..I was at her side within seconds.....and I knew then it was bad...I was afraid she was already gone. I asked her to squeeze my hand and I got a very weak response.....that was her last response. I know your panic...I just about freaked out..and was barely able to call 911.

They worked on her, where she fell for 20-30 minutes and for a half hour in the ambulance trying to stabilize her. Soon after she got to the the hospital, neurologists were telling me that surgery wasnt an option and that she probably wouldn't make it through the night. She went from being a very active fit "won't make it through the night" in about two hours.

I don't know if I will  ever get the image of her lying at the bottom of the stairs out of my guess is that you ate in the same boat.

Tonight after you put your baby to bed.....and start to cry....I'll be crying right along with you.

Both of us ...have to get day at a time. Other people depend on us

At 10:39pm on November 13, 2012, Dick said…

I truly feel the pain you are going through. My wife died suddenly in a freak accident 4 1/2 weeks ago.

Friends ask what they can do...and I don't know what to tell them.
I go out to eat or over their house....and realize that only half of me is there ...the other half is gone. The time with friends is only a short distraction compared to the hours in the day.

For me, the night is worse..that is when I feel most alone.
In the few days that I have been on this forum, I've learned that the people here understand....but, of course, they have no solution.

You need to be strong for your son. He is more dependent on you than ever.

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