There isn’t a minute gone by where my lee isn’t in my head 20th may 2021 my life ended now alls I’m left with is this shitty existing just being half of me because the other part of me has gone Iv tried to be positive but anything good is always tinged with sadness because my lee has gone I just really feel still in shock I don’t know who I am anymore!
I lost my partner April 2021 and I feel the same as you . I died that day with him there is nothing now everything stopped that day and will never be the same again . That wonderful feeling of absolute happiness and love will never be again . He never leaves my mind I think of him every minute I dream of him every night he was my whole world.
I have lost loads of people over the years but there is nothing like the pain and sadness of losing my darling man.
Your not alone I feel the same as you
Take care x
I’m with you both, I lost my husband in March 2021, I’m only half the person I was now. X
Yes I’m the same too.X
I feel exactly the same.
When my wife died so did I.
You wonder why you are still here most of the time.
You feel like a ghost of the person you once were.
What a crap existence.
Relate to you all completely. I miss my husband more and more each day,it seems that time doesn’t heal, there is no healing, we haven’t got a disease that we need to cure, we have to live with this, struggling to go on, and perhaps learning to live with our grief, hoping our inner strength will emerge to help us cope.
I lost my husband march 2021,miss him every second of the day Don’t know what to do with myself just feels like I am drifting .
When he died part of me died with him.
Totally agree. My husband died sept 21 and although I’m trying to get on with things nothing is ever the same. I also feel like a different person like there is a bit missing- the bit that made me happy xx
I feel exactly the same I get up eventually breakfast then read this forum and watch television most of the day. Before never had a minute to myself how long to we go on before we actually break.
My lee was only 36 and used to tell me all the time I’m stuck with him for the rest of my life I just wish I really was, instead I’m just stuck in hell without him’
I’m with you all. I lost my wife 2 years ago and I’m lost without her. When my wife died , part of me went with her.
Hi @Stormyman, I am sorry for your loss, time pasts but I doesn’t make it any easier. Doug died 17 months ago today and not a day goes past that I don’t miss him, like you said part of you died too.
10 months ago most of me died when my wife did.
Nothing will ever change this brutal reality.
The sooner we accept that, the better.
This new life is crap, but it is all we have.
I lost my wife on August 1st 2022.This is still very raw.we would have been married 59 years on 24 Aug and were together for 61 years.i am just devastated and my life can never be the same again.
I feel the same totally I lost Steve in February 2021 suddenly, he had just turned 63 I was 59, I feel my life has just stopped, family and friends say they understand but they don’t. After 40 years together how are you ment to carry on a normal life I just feel like I am just existing one day at a time and that my life has stopped. Since he passed we have a new grandson and it breaks my heart every time I see him knowing that he is never going to meet him. I also had to attend my youngest son’s wedding in may I just wondered round like a lost soul didn’t really know where I belong. Next week I travel to Poland with family to my eldest sons wedding which is going to be heard as it’s the first time away without Steve and what makes it even harder is that it’s the last place we went on holiday together. I miss my best friend and my partner in crime, life will never be the same without him I miss so much.
That’s how I feel its heartbreaking can’t understand why life is so cruel.
My husband died suddenly Dec 21 …absolutely relate to everything posted here …try every day to be positive and grateful…but feel lost …sad …alone ,even with people around me …so glad I had a new puppy …he does help …miss David so so much …waiting for 1 day when I don’t cry …love him so very much …take care everyone…x
Totally relate to everything being said on here,I lost my beautiful soulmate Joanne in April, it’s missing the doing nothing that can be hard,sat with her chatting or watching TV , I’d endure a million episodes of married at first sight or say yes to the dress just to have her back for a couple of minutes, missing the deep eye contact and the cwtches
I lost my wife April 6th 2019 at 1525 in an RTC and still feel as though it was yesterday. Coping well though now with the sudden trauma of watching her die, able to survive with therapy and self taught coping mechanisms. I have to survive for my stepdaughter who has lost her mum plus elder sister in 1997 which she never talked about until 2 weeks before my wife died. It’s really tough and no matter how much help you get you are still suffering on your own. To everyone who has lost a spouse I have total empathy and respect, keep going and it will ease but take care there will be pitfalls that you won’t expect.
God bless you and keep you strong.