And day by day by day it gets a little brighter until one fine day you wake up happy and grateful to be alive. It happens to each of us who take hard steps to be the person we want to be.
Never, never give up…. I, too, lost my husband to cancer after a brief illness…We were soul mates…after having met over 40 years ago via a computer dating service.. After 5 years of flying solo I find that grief is not linear…I thought I had everything under control.. I enjoy volunteering at shelters, offering time and talent helping others and connecting with others via organizations and events…Keep looking foreward…. I hope you made it thru the holidays the best you could. When it gets overwhelming just breathe, that is enough. Go to sleep as early as you can, tomorrow you can try again.
I am finishing my 7th year. Try not to judge any of it, i found that made it worse. Keep putting one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward when you can, when you cant just rest. Eventually, very slowly, things will become more managable. The life and love we shared will be a once in a life time thing and I am ok with that. But my dear the melt downs and pain and that dark place will become far and few in between. I lost my spouse after being together for 34 yrs.
Three wks before his 59th birthday. And, who could blame them.
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And, as some others here have stated…you must keep-on-keeping-on, as I always say. Never give-up! Forward is the only way to reinvent yourself in a positive way, at any age. Those who have left this plane on earth are the ones now in a better place. At the start the grief was Spiritually, then it was emotionally, by Oct.
A lot of research shows that single life is superior.
I know…each day can be so different. So I just keep working on myself…re-inventing, re-establisting, re-organizing, and resting to keep a Balance on all aspects needed to go on in the best positive way that I can, even if tired of being lonely. People say get support from family and friends…huh. And, watch out for being vulunerable!
People will take advantage of a lonely widow, especially if she has a home and money. I know how to do energy-balances kinesology , which has to deal with your organs and emotions. Way better than any pill! Those are false ways of handling our growth and only make things worse. Just keep passing the Faith test, and hopefully sooner than later, it will all be good again!
Just pick thy self up again, wipe yourself off, and there will be light at the end of this tunnel, and it is not a train. I have been through very hard times since I was a young kid…just keep going. It always works out…believe that.
It is the Divine Light, just believe it and act as if our new chapter is already wonderfully better again! But I only allow myself a 2 min. Let out that emotion then buck-up and move on with a smile for Myself! Blessed be to all of you! In Sincerity. I am your age — younger than I thought I would ever be, as a widow, no children, sudden death, almost zero social network.
The beginning was excruciating hard — as you know, you are pretty much operating in survival mode. What got me here, I believe, was fighting every step of the way. I just came upon this site January I lost my husband May 22, at am. He was How do I cope?
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The grace of God. No one truly understands this but us. Nothing prepares us. Press through. Allow your grief to flow.
We learn as we go through the pain. We are forever changed. I have two children who are now 29 and I live for them. Take one minute at a time. Be kind to yourself. Sites like this one help our hearts. May yours be loved. Pray and talk to Jesus,ask help to give you his Peace his Strength and he will comfort you. Just ask him believe it Receive it. He did it for me. Only was married 3 weeks.
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Be Bless. I m Smita 36 years old my husband was of 40 years. On He was sleeping and was alone. We had a love cum arrange marriage. Now I feel alone,helpless,scared of how would I live for rest of my life without my love. I understand. You suffered 2 tragedies at the same time. My husband was killed by a drunk driver while being with another woman.
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In an instant everything in my life changed. As I write this I feel judged and misunderstood. I only reached out to tell you that I feel all the separation you speak of. I always say it feels like wearing a pair of shoes that are too tight! Sandi, I hope that today finds you better.
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