My husband has been my best friend for over 20 years. He was a coal-miner and an avid hunter, especially turkey and... Her health starting deteriorating at an accelerated pace for the last two years. I have been taking a lot of meds to deal with the grief and I am sure that I would be non functional if it weren't for them.
He had called into work that day because he'd overslept. I was going to go to a basketball game tonight (the good guys won, without me in attendance) but it turns out there was a conspiracy to keep me from going.
since the love of my life died before we could make it to the hospital.
Each situation is different but what you can say with a high degree of certainty is that someone who’s just fallen out of their marriage, who’s still in reconciliation negotiations, who’s still very influenced by their spouse, and who has been separated for a long time ‘just because’, is going to bring pain into your life.
Same goes for someone who’s not over their divorce and has beliefs that affect their ability to be committed.
What is it like to lose your BEST FRIEND, your SOUL MATE, your EVERYTHING? It took me 30 years to find him, and I thought my life FINALLY... I have 45 days widowed and have come to the understanding that I am no longer excepted into my in-laws family. I am not trying to replace her but there is a void. our couch we had just shared the birth of our 2nd daughter only 5days earlier the luv we shared was unconditional the kind that last forever we had only spent5years together at 37 years old we expected many more. While away i started to feel some normality again..what anyway.
Your world just comes crashing down,you lose your life,you lose everything that EVER MATTERED to you. They have a hatred for me and a blame against me for my wife's death. I miss him so badly but have no time to cry greive or even think... they held us up as an example to the less fortunate ones whose relationships fell apart. I am doing a lot better although I will still have those sad moments when I am thinking to myself how much fun it will be to tell my wife about something that just happened and then realize I won't be able to. But now im back home i cant shake this OVER whelming feeling of utter loneness....i feeling like a huge tidal wave has knocked me down on my butt :( I feel like I am living a nightmare.
This last November (2014) my wife passed away from multiple myeloma cancer. I suffer from severe depression, anxiety, and ptsd. Five years later we were walking down the isle together... My husband and I got married 7 days after our first date. My husband and 3 of our oldest sons were involved in a head on traffic accident when a male teenage drunk driver going the wrong way on the freeway hit our van.
My husband was Navy and passed away august 6th of 2014 and since then life has been a nightmare. She moved in two door down from my parents house and I told her that first day that I would marry her and spend the rest of our lives together. I know others have gone through this, and that time heals all things, At this time I have no ambition, I go through the motions of living but feel completely dead inside. I was too busy trying to help keep her alive and comfortable to realize how close she was to dying, so when her heart finally gave out, it was... On October 18, 2009 he was sitting on the bed talking to his siter on the phone and I was sitting next to him. In some moments of clarity, it occurs to me that people at my age can easily die...
It would be handy if we could avoid the vulnerability that comes with doing the due diligence and taking appropriate action where needed.