"Muriel, I am so sorry for your loss. You may not believe it now, but it does begin to hurt less. My husband of 32 years passed in June 2014 and it just about brought me to my knees. He was my best friend and my soulmate and I…"
"Miguel, I am so sorry for your loss. No words can ease the pain you are feeling right now. Just know that what you are feeling is very normal. Your wife will never be erased from your life as long as you carry her in your heart.
It's been a little over five months for me now and I can actually say that I have some good days. I still have moments where I can't believe that he is gone. I know logically, of course, but emotionally, well....I…"
"Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. Have you tried joining a bereavement group? I find it is helping me through my terrible journey. (I lost my husband after 32 years of marriage 4 months ago.) You can share as much or as little as you want with…"
"Oh, Kim, I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my husband in June of this year. Nothing could have prepared me for the terrible pain this has caused me. I am praying for peace for you and your daughter."
"Terry, I am so sorry for your loss, too. It seems we are pretty much going through the same things. I've described my daily functioning as moving through jello. What a shock that was for you to lose your husband so suddenly and so young. You…"
"Hi Dorothy: I'm so sorry for your loss. But I can say I understand your pain. I lost my husband on January 2nd to an industrial accident at work. He was only 51. We have 2 kids and my 22 year old son worked with…"
"Dorothy, Cynthia , karen
Here are a couple of songs that might comfort you some. It may make you cry at first but after letting out the tears thats when the comfort sets in. I hope it helps you out alittle.
1. Until we're together again by…"
"Cynthia .. I am so very sorry over the loss of your dear husband and one solace is the wonderful people on Legacy and you will often be surprised at how many things we have in common regarding grief. My husband passed away from…"
"Dorothy ... What a small world and I'm sending prayers your way. I find after grieving for 3 1/2 years I do laugh a little and my humor is coming back more and more, but like you I often wonder if I'll ever enjoy life again. It…"
Sorry for your loss Dorothy, I can say I know what u are feeling, even though we are all in the different stages of grieving & the process is not the same for everyone, this site has been truly a blessing for me, so I can tell u that u came to the right place, I too lost the love of my life on Feb 9th of this year, after having been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer with metastasis of liver, pelvis & lymph nodes without any prior symptoms, his diagnosis was Jan 13th & died less than a month later & not even from the cancer, he went to a cardiac arrest & lost him in a matter of minutes, for me it has been total devastation, he had just turned 59, we were together for 40 years, married 33 this past October, wish I could tell u that I am better, but it is not my case, I haven't stopped crying & my grief is overwhelming, so I can sure understand your pain & your emotions, those who are in the process longer do say, it gets easier but we never forget, especially when we have lost our soul mates, I have had 5 deaths of family members within 5 years, so I am very tired & hope for some relief, I pray you also find some comfort & your grief subsides even if just for a few minutes, my prayers are with you, pray for me also as I must need to stay strong for the next coming Saturday since my youngest son is getting married.