I'm a woosy?

Been 6 months since my wife committed suicide. I loved her. Married 20 years.

But I had decided to divorce her. We had not had sex for 5 years and our intimacy was low. I make no excuses. It was my choice to leave...and then she killed herself.


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Aug 10, 2012
You are not a woosy....
by: Anonymous

I lost my ex-husband because drugs meant more than my children and I did anymore. Six weeks after divorce was final, he took his last and final dose of methadone and died at 33 yrs old. Every emotion imaginable has been felt and some days are just me feeling guilty for leaving him. But, I couldn't be his life-support anymore and you couldn't be your ex-wife's. I think all we can do is know, we loved them the best we could and cherish in our hearts the memories we shared.

We still grieve because of what we shared with them and divorce was by no means any indication of wanting them out of our lives in the manner of death. It hurts because it is almost as if there is no real place for the ex because it is thought we didn't love them, or at least that is the presumption I face.

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