Jesse Roberts's Blog (3)

My Response to a Kindred Griever

I (finally) wrote back to an acquaintance who is in very similar shoes as myself.  I hate to cop-out & be lazy with a copy-paste, but the content is pretty much the same.  The update:

 

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The only option we really get is to just muddle through it as best we can; discovering who we are again without our other halves; realizing all the ways we let our others complement our selves over the years. I can barely…

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Added by Jesse Roberts on November 3, 2015 at 8:30pm — No Comments

The Backstory (My 1st Post to Legacy Connect)

This precedes my 1st Blog post.  It's how I started the discussion. But to capture it in the Blog too - here's my initial post to Legacy Connect:

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Hello.  My name is Jesse.  I'm 40 - almost 41 years old next week.  My late husband (it's still so strange to say "late"), Michael, committed suicide on Saturday, June 27, 2015.

It was a typical Friday night.  We were at home relaxing after a long work week.…

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Added by Jesse Roberts on September 5, 2015 at 6:53pm — No Comments

Roughly 2 Months In

It’s been about a month since I first posted to this thread.

Thank you, to all that reached out to me.  I’m grateful for your care & concern.  I apologize for not replying sooner.  I’d read comments & often wanted to provide an update, but – honestly – stamina is hard to come by these days.

I’ve had trouble sleeping – it’s hit-or-miss day-by-day.  I often struggle to “quiet” my mind.  Sometimes I fall asleep but wake-up throughout the night.  Sometimes it’s…

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Added by Jesse Roberts on September 5, 2015 at 5:53pm — No Comments

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