Hi Judy,I'm so sorry for your loss, it is still very new for you and you must take it as slow as you need to,it will be hard for a long time but you have to move thru the greiving process at your own pace not anyone elses, you will be doing alot of crying and second guessing and you will think you are going to go crazy unfortionaly it is a normal emotion, give yourself time and if need be talk to your DR. as much as you might not want to take meds. to help you it might be nessary i know i wouldn't be where i am today 15 months later if not for the meds and i still need them as there are still many bad days but also there are good days so just take it one minute, one day ay a time you are at the right place as we are all going thru the same thing, god bless
Judy, I agree with Virginia. We are all here for each other. Hugs to you. Hugs are good.
i lost my husband in feb. 2010. the loneliness for me is the hardest thing. i started working nights when my husband got so ill and then after he past away i asked to stay on nights. i work 3pm till 11pm. i thought it would be better for me but i am finding that you cant run away from the loneliness. i am feeling it continually. however when i am at work i seem to be able to cope alot better.just be patient with yourself and know that everyone on this site is understanding how you are feeling.i am so sorry for your loss.