I don't feel whole anymore  


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Joined:3 months  ago
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31/08/2017 1:51 pm  

My husband, Steve, passed away on January 1st of 2017.  I am still trying to figure out what "normal" is for me now. I was so proud of the relationship that we built over 37 years together.  We raised three daughters and have 8 beautiful grandchildren.  58 is too young to die.  We had the best years ahead of us. My sweet husband endured a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis so I had gone from his partner in crime to his caregiver over the years but our love never changed... it only deepened.  I wanted to find a place where others would understand.  I am feeling like I am the person in the room that everyone is worried about or they don't know if something they say will offend me.  I am a very positive upbeat person and it's hard for others to understand that they will not be seeing me fall apart.  To me, that would be harder than keeping it together.  I have my moments alone, but I am not one to show emotion easily in public.  I am hoping to be able to listen to other's stories and share mine in a comfortable safe place.  I think it will be good for me.  I look forward to chatting with you all!

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14/11/2017 2:44 pm  

Tina, I am so sorry that you lost your husband.  I lost mine -- he was also 58 years old -- about a week and a half ago.  It truly is the worst feeling to lose the person  you love the most.  I wish you peace and comfort on your journey.


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