You can call me Annie. I am I feel not hiding behind my name. I have been going through this for 6 years though. And for six years friends family and outsiders who have not experienced suicide want to give me advice. I am ok with taking the advice but sometimes things are easier said then done. I want to forgive him I really do but its so hard to forgive him when I have two children who look at me with questions about where is my dad and why is he dead.. Or when they hear rumors that hey maybe he got shot or robbed because his family does not want tobelieve that it was suicide. I understand totally that familys feel a sort of denial but I just get so mad that they put this off on my kids.. And again I am left there to answer the questions. I truly would like to move all the way on with my life.. I truly would love to let him go and let go of the anger but if siuations with his family and my kids questions come up how can I answer the questions honestly and not get angry at him.. Its unfair to me and to be hones with you Dominic I am mad real mad. I dont understand why and I dont even know how to get past this...
thank you for talking to me. I don't get a chance to use a computer very often so it's kind of hit or miss. My John was 8 years older than me and he had a massive heart attack in 2006. He never quite recovered and died of CHF on 4-12-10
Anytime I receive an e mail w/... story involving need for money...the e mail forwarded to scam.gov and spammed. it is so obvious that you had better not get involved. What is wrong with people who fall for the obvious.
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I felt kind of leary after reading it si I did not respond to her, have a peaceful evening...
I think it is cruel of people to do this,especially as we are trying to deal with the loss of a loved one,and every day life.
Again thanks for looking out for us. GBY!.
I'm doing what I can, but it's not much, no modesty just the truth.
Stay in touch.
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