Eddie Pitt he was 64

by susan Pitt
(Queensland Australia)

I lost my beloved Husband Eddie on the 14 Feb 2014 from Lung Cancer we was married for almost 38 years in Apirl we was told that he would live for 12 months if he had chemo but he only lived for 3 1/2 months . It broke my heart to lose him I look after him day and night even slept at the Hospital. Now after 2 months after his death I have got very bad Grief and Depression and Anxiety .I woke up one morning feeling sick and haven't got better I was feeling fine before that now I am so tired and sick all the time not sure what to do anymore .I miss him so much can anyone help me .I cry day and night .People say that I will get use of it but not sure to much ..Susan Pitt

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Jul 14, 2014
Eddi Pitt he was 64
by: Jane

Dear Susan, your husband reminds me a lot of my Daddy. When I saw his picture my first thought was, my Dad. He died 11 years ago and my mom on the 8 of May 2013. Well susan, this griefing tunnel is a realy hard way to go. I wish I could tell you something better, but I can´t. And the griefing is changing a lot. Griefing is such a hard work, that makes the body and your Soul pretty tired. Give your self all the rest you need. We all have to go thru this dark tunnel. Just listen to your heard, and it shows you the way. Tears are helping by griefing. So just let them come. Sometimes when all is changing inside your self, you may will think, thats not me anymore. That´s okay. We are getting to new person while we are griefing. Trust in God. I know it is difficult. But he will comfort you and talk to your husband, he is on your side. Your love has bind you together. May God bless you and be with you.

Jul 14, 2014
so sorry
by: Anonymous

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Jul 13, 2014
Eddie Pitt he was 64
by: Doreen UK

Susan I am so sorry for your loss of your beloved husband to lung cancer. To feel the way you do is so very painful. We all went through these stages and understand how you feel. The best way forward is TAKING ONE DAY AT A TIME.
I lost my husband of 44yrs. to lung cancer 2yrs. ago. He had a rare and serious lung cancer caused by working with asbestos. His cancer was terminal and his tumour took 40yrs. to develop from inhaling the fibres of asbestos in his 20's. It upsets me to see how hard men work and then lose their lives before retirement. I could not function for 6 months. I took to the couch for 6 months and could not do anything. I lost my motivation. 2yrs. on I still lose my motivation at times and do very little. this grief site has saved me from depression and anxiety. If you have a good support network of family and friends it does help one cope better with grief. Try and build yourself up each day by doing one good thing you like and build on this every day till it becomes a way of life and you will start to heal as you nurture yourself back into life. Don't be afraid to see a grief counsellor if you need to as they are skilled to help lift the edge off the pain of grief. My husband was 65yrs. when he died. I am now doing this retirement on my own. Having to do all the jobs around the house, is hard. I have days when I feel life very difficult and days when I feel O.K. You will have days like this. All part of grief. Life becomes so empty and lonely and this is the hardest battle to overcome. I have been to Queensland as my sister lives there and I envy you having such good hot weather as this always helps to lift one's spirits. Here in the U.K. we have such dull depressing weather we end up feeling worse. The very atmosphere of life changes and life will never be the same again. Grief is a stage and it soon passes and you will get your life back even though it feels as if it will never happen. But the healing process is so slow. Surround yourself with family and friends, but don't isolate yourself. There will be times when you want to be on your own and not be with anyone as you process your grief. You will find interacting with others difficult. People may give you advice that is not helpful. Just ignore it as many people don't talk out of experience. They just offer platitudes that they think helps. Be guided by your own feelings. I don't discuss how I feel with other's as I know what they are going to say, and it won't be helpful. You will need impartial supporters. Don't give up Hope.

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