Frankie, you should be used to making coffee in the morning. It is a minor thing and he did it so well. He would laugh today and remind you to not forget to put the grounds in. He knew you had brain fog in the mornings. He is hugging you from heaven with a twinkle in his eyes.
Added by Frances C Younger on May 20, 2019 at 7:06am — No Comments
Dear Frankie, Remember to put on your muscle rub cream before you cry in the morning. Wash your hands before you drop those tears and touch your eyes. Well, it did refocus your thoughts.
My husband's health notably got worse after a stroke about a year ago. Although his life was spared for a while, it was obvious to both of us - although not discussed much - that he probably would not out-live me. I had dealt with being a widow before. He had been a widow and one day we came up with the idea of Huggy. Near Valentine's day he bought me a huge stuffed Monkey and we named it Huggy. Frequently he or I would hug the monkey. The monkey was to…Continue
Second time around, just as painful, but maybe more hopefull. I have past the third month and have not quite shelved my grief, tears come frequently and I still find it hard to talk much about him. Went to a local festival yesterday and missed holding his hand.
I have kept busy. Over the spring break I actually read and enjoyed a book, The Dutch Wife. …Continue
Added by Frances C Younger on May 5, 2019 at 9:52am — No Comments
1) Allow time to grieve.
2) Feel free to share thoughts and feelings
3) Accept Help
4) Draw Closer to God
5) Remember that you will see your love one in paradise. - Acts 24:15
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6th Christmas without Mike.all mo the every December I'm just on a rollercoaster of emotions.my brother has been visiting my 2 year old daughter. It's incredible and heart warming. Always miss Mike.
Added by Jennifer on December 22, 2018 at 10:05pm — No Comments
Hello, I am a gay male widow who lost my husband of 18 years this past march to Duodental perforated ulcer situations. I loved him so very much,and he loved me. I feel guilty everyday about things I said,and things I didn't do,but people tell me i need to stop punishing myself. Life is hard when your love is taken away. I was 51,and he was 72 when he died. I feel guilty because i didn't take him certain places,and at times i yelled at him. There have been people that tell me that being a…Continue
Wow, I did not at all think that anyone would care to read, let alone respond to, my post. I don't have anyone (other than the Lord) I can talk to to help me get through this experience. I truly cannot tell you how much your responses mean to me. I know that God will never leave my side, but knowing that there are people who I've never met that cared enough to respond to my brokenness gives me additional hope. The range and intensity of emotions I continue to feel since my father's…Continue
1- accept help from family and friends ( Ecclesiastes 4: 9 , 10 )
2- watch diet and make time to exercise ( lessen negative emotions) ( Ephesians 5:29)
3- get plenty of rest ( Ecc 4:6)
4- be flexible because every one grieves differently (Proverbs 14:10)
5- avoid self destructive habits ( 2 Cor 7:1)
6- Be balance with your time ( Ecc 3:1,4)
7- keep a routine ( Ecc 5:20)
8- avoid making big decisions too soon ( Prov 21:5)
9- remember your love…
Added by T.C. Goodwin on November 22, 2018 at 7:33am — No Comments
It has been four months since my husband's accidental death. A month of numbness, holding it together and pretending to be strong when allowing myself to feel would have instantly shattered that illusion. The second month was one trying to climb what I perceived to be an infinite wall of getting the finances together and filling out countless forms. It didn't help that the stupid doctor filled out the death certificate incorrectly. And if the funeral home knew the depths of the pain I…Continue
Follow this link to find comfort for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
When you get memorial donations and all funeral expenses have been paid, donations have been made and there is money left. What is the proper thing to do with money that remains? Divide among family?
On August 8th, 2017 I lose my youngest brother to a Drunk Driver. This year on Aug 8th, 2018 mark a 1 year anniversary without him being with us. My brother died at the age of 20. His birthday was on August 9th. When he passed away on us on August 8th, 2017 he took a major lose and pain and hurting. It hard to now that he he gone. My brother celebrate his 22 birthday without us being there and it was very hard to cope and understand. It hard to understand and try to wonder wat he left or why…Continue
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Follow this link to hear this beautiful song scroll to song number 134
Added by Margaret Lopez on July 31, 2018 at 7:00am — No Comments
Listen to this beautiful song sung by children. Expressing the promises found in the Holy Scriptures.
Added by Margaret Lopez on July 29, 2018 at 7:53am — No Comments
Hi, my name is Jeff, I'm new, I just lost Lois on Apr., 10 2018. We didn't even know she was sick until March, so you can see she went quickly. I was diagnosed with an artery disease, 3 yrs., ago, after several surgeries I lost my left leg above the knee in may of 2017, also my job and Ins,. My last surgery to save my other leg was Jan., 2018, 10 days in…Continue
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Helping our children to endure loss.
Click on link below to see video to help our children endure the loss of a loved one.
Added by Margaret Lopez on May 22, 2018 at 7:48am — No Comments
Please follow the link below to get the answer to this very important question.
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