No one understands until they experience this kind of loss.

I lost my partner, soul-mate, wife, my heart, on October 17, 2009.  We were together for 29 years(almost 30); 15 of those years were filled with breast cancer.  I am still lost and have so many days that I feel I cannot go on without her.  We had very little friends when we moved and no support.  I am still in counseling and continue to go, but as far as other support, I have none--No family and "conditional friends." This past holiday was the 3rd one without her.  It was the hardest so far.  The first was numb, the second, was better; however, this holiday comes with the shattering reality that I will never see her again. I have no one to share these feelings.

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Comment by S.A. Brobin on January 9, 2012 at 4:00pm

Please accept my most sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one. Death is an enemy and delights is destroying our lives. No of course its no breathing sentient being or we could confront it and feel some satisfaction. Take heart though the Bible tell us Almighty God is greater than our enemy and has promised to destroy death and restore our dead loved ones though the resurrection process. John 5:28,29 says that all those in the memorial tombs will hear Jesus voice and come out. What a happy prospect for those of us who survive them. In the meantime Joy take comfort that Eccl 9:5,6 says the dead are unconscious and actually are in a sleep-like state 'Resting In Peace' no longer suffering. We the living only have draw close to Almighty God, the God of comfort and allow him to support us in our grief. Philipian 4:6,7 always soothes me when I am down I hope it helps you.

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