thank you both for your condolences.you know that I am sorry for your loss. right now I hurt so bad that I don't know what to say. I know my stuff keeps getting a little jacked up because I'm speaking into the microphone but it's hard to see the letters with so many tears running down your face. You know? I just know that I am so grateful for this website and for all of you.
Dear Maureena, iam sooo very sorry for your loss, I lost my husband Bob June 4, 2016 to brain cancer he died within 10 weeks, like you iam loss and broken, our aniversary is this Sunday sept 11 23 years, I miss him so much he was my whole life, the people in this group are the most caring understanding, loving, kind people I have ever met, and I thank god for them, please know our hearts go out to you. Love mary
Maureena, I'm sorry for your loss. We all understand the pain and anguish you feel. I lost my soul mate, husband Ken in January. He was just 52 and we were together for 30 years. He also died right in front of me. I met him when I was 20 so he was my life, my everything for my entire adult life. I as well as everyone on this site understands how lost and devastated you are. Finding Legacy is what helped me somewhat because I could finally talk to people who have experienced this pain and know what I feel and the crazy things I think. I don't have this with my family and friends because none of them has lost a spouse so they can't understand the complete emptiness. It's a pain like no other. Slowly we all begin to heal. I'm still waiting but I get hope and inspiration from others here who are a bit further along. The Bereaved Spouses comment wall is where most of the conversation takes place. I hope you'll read through it. There are other discussions as well that may help, just know you're not alone in your grief. We're all here to help each other without judgement so I'm glad you found us.
Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved fiance Darren. Such a terrible thing happening right before you must truly been an awful shock for you. Here we all can understand the enormity of your loss, and the subsequent feelings of anger and confusion you describe, for we all in one way or another have felt the same emotions.
After losing my husband Larry I was in much the same state you now find yourself - particularly the sense of being lost within myself. Finding Legacy and this incredible family of understanding friends who really cared about me and helped me through the darkest times of despair was a Godsend and most likely saved my life. It has been for me almost 1 1/2 years since Larry passed, and please believe me that the sharing and support available to us all here can help you find a way to get through the hours and days, and especially the long nights, of uncertainty and grief. There is a path before you that I sincerely wish you did not have to walk, but we all have been given no choice in this, so we take one small step at a time, and offer each other a hand to keep us steady as we embark upon this journey into a new and frightening future without our loved ones beside us.
Please take the hands that will be held out to you, for they are offered in friendship, and with no judgement - only compassion and understanding of your feelings. I send my prayers and wish you some peace today, and hope you will come to us when you need a friend, because we truly are here for you and listening ...
my fiance's name is Darren. he was 46 years old. he had a heart attackin front of me on July 2nd and he died on July 6th of this year. he was my whole world. my whole life. and now everything has changed and I am so lost and confused angry. I am so hurt.I don't know what to say 2 people anymore. I don't know how to act in public anymore I don't know what to think I don't know what to say I don't know what to do. I have no idea who I am without him. it is like I am lost Within Myself and I don't know how to find myself anymore.