Go On?

I am reading all of these messages. I think I am being strong but not today! Today I am back to square one. I miss my husband so much. I don't think I can do this. He was my strength and now he is gone. Oh God I love him so! All I want to do is curl up in his arms and have him hold me one more time!Oh sweetheart I miss you so much.

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Feb 01, 2011
Go On
by: Zoe

we go, on I am not so sure about, but we go
sometimes forward sometimes back

It is amazing to me how we survive this kind of pain, the mind allows us some respites then it starts again

and it is on these days you have to hold on to
one breath one step, because there are times that is all we can do.

keep coming here, we are here for you

Jan 31, 2011
Go on
by: Zoe

This path we are on is more like one step forward two steps back. You will always miss your beloved there are some times it is more in your face could be a time of special meaning, could be an anniversary could be a trigger or just the echo of your footsteps on the bedroom floor
Just know we are here we will always listen
Come here and share with us
We are not him
But you are not alone

Jan 29, 2011
by: Eunice

You are not alone in the fact of one step forward and 2 backward. That's been happening to me a lot since I lost my loving husband on November 21st, 2010. It's been a long rough road. Some days I can't even function enough to even bother getting dressed and going from the bed to the couch, and then back to bed again. I stay in this house that we shared together and long to hear his voice, see his smile, and to just snuggle again.

Other days, I have to force myself to go do things I need to get done and I've started taking grief counseling through hospice, which helps some. My oldest son has been a big help too, always calling to check on me, as well as my other friends I left in Kentucky to move here in Georgia.

Sometimes, I think I'd like to sell out and just move back to Kentucky, because none of my family lives down here, only his does, since this is where he was from. But then again, I feel like I can't leave because it be like leaving him behind. I know, makes no sense. I'm hoping that when I get to feeling better, I can at least drive up to Kentucky for a couple of weeks and see if it won't help clear my head.

I wish you the best for trying to reorganize your life. There will no doubt be such simple things that will stick out as reminding you of your husband, a song, some site. Sometimes some of the people I've run across, have said such rough things like you'll be ok, get over it, and you know he's better off. They themselves have not lost a spouse, for if they did, they'd soon realize, you not only lose a spouse, but your best friend as well.

Jan 29, 2011
going on?
by: Hope

Yes it seems impossible as though our progress was us walking though cement as it drys. It does get harder and more difficult to walk through grief. But as long as you get through the day the night and repeat as necessary. Days will get ever so slightly easier. I can promise that as a survivor. It doesn't disappear, just changes in order to keep sane and survive. One step forward and 2 back to start. You will progress forward ever so slowly. Remember we are here always to listen and hear you...

Jan 29, 2011
Embrace the pain
by: Sonia

My dear, how I feel so for you.I have been there. It's been three years and ten months since he has gone and I still miss his warmth and presence. I just weep any time, any where when the longing comes. It was so tough during the first days and months! All i can tell you is to grieve and grieve until you are spent. You can't get around it nor get over it; you just have to go through it! E. Kubler-Ross writes that those who grieve well. live well.
Maybe this will help; put your grief in writing, a grief journal, or poetry, perhaps? I continue to write poems for my husband and pour out all my pain & agony in beautiful verses It somehow helps..My prayers for you; please know that we are in this together..love..sonia

Jan 28, 2011
me too
by: Jackie

Hi, you are so right. Some days are definitely worse than others. For me it is three months. A little of me dies everyday without him.I don't know what the answer is to get through this, but I know that I must. Please be strong, we are all in this together.

Jan 28, 2011
go on?
by: jules

Unfortunately - this is what grieving our loved one is like - three steps forward, two back, but we do go on - we have no other choice.
One breath, one step
take care

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