My name is Ramona, I lost my husband gregory 2weeks ago from a massive heart attack. it was a big shock to us all because no one was looking for anything like that to happen.we together for 25 years. its like losing apart of my self i miss him so much i'am trying to stay strong i know god don't make mistakes, and i know that god does everything for a reason.
“The more we develop the habit of noticing goodness,
the more our own sense of well-being rises.”…
Its been a struggle coping with this, I came across this site and kept reading... I thought I was alone, but looks like a piece of my family was taken, but granted a new family through those who have experienced a loss such as mine. My heart is open to those who need to talk to someone, I cannot say that I have the answers, but I know how it feels to hold everything in. Dont make the same mistake I did. Here is my story:
I was 15 when I lost My Father,a casual Sunday so I thought. I…Continue
Today I will be starting back to a bowling league. I bowled to have some recreation on my own. But the last two years Darrell went to watch me bowl. Now he is gone I am going through some roller coaster ride of emotions. He passed away just after ending bowling season. But on a happy note I got my order of wallet size picture cards of a picture of Christ hugging a man. This was Darrell's favorite picture, we have at home. I miss him so much, and there is days I have pains in my chest and…Continue
Added by Curtis Magnuson on September 12, 2012 at 6:56am — No Comments
When I look back on my husband's life he was the crew chief of our family. He was our ROCK! He may have look rough and tough on the outside but he had the biggest heart anyone could ask for. He was my everything: husband, best friend. He ran his life like a race. He always knew where he was starting from and planned his race to the end. Of course he had to make his pit stops for his Ice tea and a smoke break but then he would get back in there and be there for his family and friends no…Continue
Added by Patricia Sedgwick on September 11, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Well its been 7 months tomorrow since my brother Mike died. He just turned 32 a week before his death. It is impossible to believe its been 7 months. I feel like nothing has changed in way of my pain and grief. I keep thinking this week about the day he died and seeing his body and getting the call. I know that he is at peace and that makes me glad. I also know we are spiritual beings living on earth and leaving is going home. I just cant seem to get past the fact that i wont see hime again…Continue
Added by Jennifer on September 9, 2012 at 10:15pm — No Comments
They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies| William Penn
I had originally intended to make tonight’s posting about two books I have been reading — Heaven and Earth by…Continue
Added by Valerie Blair on September 8, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Too Often The Sadness
Too often the sadness, that never seems to be far away, returns to steal the brief interludes of happy, that often, yet intermittently presides. It’s a constant and unending battle, a tug of war with a formidable opponent: Death. The inevitability of one’s own demise is supplanted by the torturous agony of mind and space altering thoughts of the untimely and incomprehensible loss of my only child.…Continue
Added by Gina Kibiloski, Esq. on September 7, 2012 at 1:11am — No Comments
Check out my page to know, who I am. I am Ethel Lanham Lair, daughter, of Mary Worthy Lanham, who, went to be with her lamb (Jesus) on my birthday three years ago (July 30th). I call my self SoulWinner2, because, I want 2 take up her legacy, she passed on to me, being SoulWinner1.
That was her legacy, winning souls, for Christ. She had an awesome life and I will share that sometime with you all. She had many talents and…Continue
Added by SoulWinner2 on September 6, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I'm sorry, I'm new at this and I guess I didn't understand how to post to this site. I have teenage boys and my son is schizophrenic and so his grief comes out sometimes as crying attacks and sometimes as rage. I guess we all have to remember that our children are the only living reminders of our spouses and our time together. Sometimes I have only to look at them to remember their father and it reminds me of the patience that I should feel when I do not.
Added by Maria Beth on September 5, 2012 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Added by Mark Manning on September 5, 2012 at 2:09am — No Comments