Seems like no time has gone by at all. Not crying hysterically everyday...just crying everyday, Still thinking about him everyday and wondering if he is doing okay where he is and if he is busy. I am not busy except in my mind and the daily chores that require attention...the dogs, snow shoveling, dentist, shift at work...stuff I was doing before he passed. Feels like floating around in the sea sometimes calmly and then getting slapped by a wave. I was told today that I have to move…Continue
Added by linda KelmanBuckley on December 18, 2017 at 8:16pm — No Comments
Many people are not religious and have no idea they have choices when it comes to Memorial Services. As a Celebrant I have presided over traditional and non traditional ceremonies.
Added by Celebrant Rev. Lee Catalano on December 10, 2017 at 10:01pm — No Comments
Is there a more active grief support community on the web? Though a couple of people have said hello each time I sign in I'm usually the only person online. So far I'm feeling even more alone. I'm not a member f Facebook, my beloved husband John and I both had strong reservations regarding that sort of social media. In my rural community I've come up with nothing. And had hoped to at least find a thriving online one. Might there be another I've not found?
My name is David Wishart (pronounced wish-art, on left in profile picture). My husband John Wishart (on right in picture) died recently and I've found myself suddenly completely alone, isolated, and without purpose. There is no routine for me to go back to. I'm here, a gay male widower, looking for any possible support group where I can be welcomed, feel comfortable, and talk with others who might identify with me.