It will be two year's next month since my wife passed away. I see her family living life like nothing happened. I know life goes on but I am having a hard time and I still struggle every day. Am I doing something wrong? Is there something wrong with me? Others have gotten over it and I can't.

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Comment by Donna Stegall on March 20, 2014 at 9:21am

I too lost a spouse.  My husband has been gone two years this past September, so I know that grief bubble you speak of.   I'm so sorry you feel so stuck.  Have you tried any local In Person grief support groups?  I realize just how hard that would be to go thru the front door alone that first time, but I am pretty sure it would be worth checking out.  I never went to any, but wish I had, had someone to suggest it, or lead me there.   Maybe even a grief counselor or your Pastor?   I saw my Dr for something to help with my nerves (this was my route - not the only one).  She prescribed something  just barely strong enough to keep me from crying all the time and I started,  I hate to say "feeling better" but I guess I'd say, more like me again.   I almost hate to say anything, I don't want to make you feel any worse than you do now.  But felt a draw to reach out to you.   Yesterday was my first day on this site.  I can't really tell you "how" to come out of that bubble, I think everyone does that at their own pace.   But, I can listen as do what appears to be hundreds of others on here. 

Comment by Donna Stegall on March 19, 2014 at 12:52pm

We All grieve at our own pace and there is No Wrong way to grieve, nor is there a time limit on it.  You are doing NOTHING wrong!

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