Cynthia,Please accept my deepest heartfelt sympathy to you. Im so very sorry to read about this tragedy. I too have suffered a tragedy of this sort but you know everyone feels a pain from this type of loss and this pain goes very deeply inside and can last for a long time. Continue to allow yourself to grieve but I will tell you a good piece of advice that I received when I suffered my loss. Do not focus on the day that you experienced the initial pain due to the loss but continue to reflect on the good memories that you have of your loved one. That helps you to grieve in a healthy way. This is not easy and will not be for awhile so please allow yourself to grieve. My heart is with you. Denise
Welocome to this group Cynthia, I am sorry that you have to be here.
You will find some comfort from everyone here just knowing that your feeling about the loss of your husband/spouse are common with all of us on this site.
Everyone griev's a differnt way but it is grief ...I don't comment much, because everything that is being said is just what I would of said for that day. I do read the comments and it gives me comfort that their are others that are suffering the way I am.. I am not alone during this grieving process.
May God be with you and comfort you!
ps did you get married on Valentines day? I ask because my husband and I were married 2/14/1981 and my flowers we also red (Red Roses) my husband loved Roses and grew them.... I didn't know that until the day of our wedding, that roses were his favorite...