My wife and love of my life passed away at Thorpe Hall in 2012.
I am still in the grips of depression and have done all the normal things most people do after losing a partner.
Raised money in her memory, had counselling, 3 different antidepressants, agoraphobia, no sleep, too much sleep, no energy, cried so many tears they now feel like acid etc etc.
From being a very cheerful outgoing person, I have become introverted, questioned my own existence on many occasions and generally a sad act.
I have now come to the realisation that I MUST change NOW before it gets any worse. So this week I put up our family home for sale. It has served it’s purpose and all the children have now gone. (Get out of my comfort zone)
My finger is hovering over the reboot button and it’s time to move forward and stop feeling the way I do.
My wife would be so mad with me over how I have dealt with her passing, so in her memory I have promised myself to make something from the rest of my life.
Watch this space…