I am, in fact, a very loved woman.
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I have a husband who never fails to ask for forgiveness, prays with me each night at bedtime, willingly enters into counseling when we need it, manages our money well, begs me to sneak away with him from time to time, and tolerates my weaknesses as much as I tolerate his. Take a night to play a board game or enjoy a hike together on a Sunday afternoon.
If you can meet your spouse for lunch, consider canceling an appointment with a personal trainer or even a friend. She tried man after man but never felt that her thirst for love had been quenched. She was desperate and love-sick.
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Then, when Jesus showed up, He offered her the love she really needed. How like us! How like me. You just have to be a woman who is trying to get something from her husband that only God can give. I know. I have been there many times, just waiting for God to show up.
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You have a long road ahead of you but try to remember your not alone. Good luck on your journey Kay.
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I feel your pain. I lost my brother to alcoholism a year ago. Its a hard one to cope with but things will ease, be gentle on yourself and realise that these things take time. I am sending you a big hug as I know what you are going through xx. I lost my husband just 2 weeks ago.
He died suddenly. I found him at the bottom of the stairs. Sadly,he was an alcoholic. I have a book now in making which requires me to sample ideas of scholars like you. Please could you help me with practical life experience about the tragic errors which have made you to abandon your faith for a while and their possible solutions. Every idea made will be documented for rebuilding our spiritual lives. I could get thru one of the other was here to support me, but losing both has ripped my heart out. The quotes on here have helped me many times.
I will never, ever get over this hurt and feeling of loss, but in time I will learn to live with it, and maybe even smile again. Oh Melissa, your story resonates so with me, but the other way around. I lost my beautiful husband of 21 years at 48 in Feb suddenly and unexpectedly and then my Dad 10 weeks later.
I was reeling from one, and then the other and there have been so many times when I have wished for just one more day. I am having a cryey day today and its days like this that I find this website so good in helping me to sort out and articulate the mess of my internal emotions and irrational thoughts. I am so lost and facing a future stolen without my husband, but there are good days — the kids and my dogs provide most of these — they make me smile. So I stick with them. Someone said to me in the early days to find something that makes you smile and stick with that until you are ready for the next thing.
Its ok for the steps to be small. At the time I thought it was complete bollocks, but as the months have gone by it has turned out to be true. Take care.
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My husband passed away on January 18, and then my Mom passed away on January 23, It has been a difficult journey. I was married for almost 39 years. It is rough when you need and want your Mom and she is not there. It seems that you take a step forward but then two steps backwards.
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The loneliness at times is unbearable. I know I have to push forward but it is hard. My memories are what keeps me going. My condolence would never fill the gap occurred in your life. However, those whom we love and want so much to live by my side always can never be lost because they use to live in our hearts and they can never be separated from us until we loss ourself!
I happened upon this site while looking for some kind of inspiration to keep going on. I lost my wife of 12 years 6 years and 5 months ago. I miss being a part of their lives and them being part of mine. I wonder what the present would be like if they were here — what we might have done together. You are right, Bill. I lost my husband last August.
His absence from this world is almost incomprehensible. When someone so kind, so funny and so intelligent and loving is gone, there is no replacing them. I know that none of us are getting out alive, and this is the way of the world, but I feel so cheated, so bereft. I miss his presence enormously. My darling mom passed away 9 days ago and wondering how i can ever smile again. It is so hard to try and get on with your life. I am an adult have grown daughters of my own and trying to strong is so difficult.
Mom is the first person to kiss you. I just miss her terribly. I am just a mom, just a mom who lost her son almost two years ago. He was only 30 when he passed over. My heart broke that day.