my wife margaret passed in april…i miss her every day,and the tears still flow… my life feels empty.i wonder when life will ever feel normal again
So sorry for your loss. As Christmas approaches it just adds and intensifies the grief. I hope that you have trusted friends and family around you for support.
Grief and the loss of our loved ones impacts everyone differently. For me life will never be normal again. I still cry every day for my husband, for everything he has lost, for everything we will never share together again. Just take each day as it comes and do as much or as little as you feel able to cope with.
I suppose this is our new normal but it’s so exhausting and my heart is getting heavier each day nearer to Xmas, it’s five months since I lost my lovely husband and the grief is ever changing, the depth of loss and growing sense of loneliness is unbearable and unrelenting xx
It would be good to just find some peace from all the pain but I fear that this will never happen. The gapping hole left by my husband’s death cannot be mended. You are so right it is totally exhausting and some days I can only sit and watch the hours tick by wondering how all our plans and dreams could be taken away and in such a cruel way.
Yes exactly how I feel too and now this is it forever xx
thanks sheila…i feel as you do.i do have family so i am lucky that there are people for me…thanks x
mab we must stay strong x
I to feel so lost and empty it has been 12 weeks since l lost my darling husband, and if lm honest l don’t think l can carry on like this, the pain is unbearable.
Yes you’re right I was just sat all curled up in the warm having an afternoon nap with my sons dog and forced myself to get up to take him out for his evening walk, he hates the dark and I thought if my husband were here we both would be laughing at going out in the cold and when we got back he would make me a nice cup of tea but instead I trudged round chuntering under my breath and had to make my own tea but I’m glad I did it and it would have been so easy not too!! my husband would be pleased that I pushed myself and the dog is happy, I may have a limoncello to warm up and toast my husband, hugs to everyone xx
we feel so sad and words at this time don’t help…but we must go on and try stay strong.our loved ones would not want us to suffer…wonderful memories of love keep us going
It’s my birthday tomorrow I don’t really feel like celebrating but I’m sure my three year old grandson will have other ideas, I’m receiving Xmas cards that I don’t really want but know it must be just as difficult writing them to me, thinking of everyone struggling at this time xx