by heba

I first knew my husband in collage...we got engaged after graduation and a year later we got married....we were so close and our relationship was full of intimacy he died about three months ago in an accident it was the worst shock in my life Im so broken my heart and I dont feel any better as the time passes...instead its getting worse I miss him soooo much he was only 26 years old I married him for only 3 years and we have a one year baby.....I cant believe that this is the end of our relationship...I cry now even more than I first knew that horrible news....my life has just stopped at this point Im unable to go on in my life...every new day is like a heavy duty...nothing seems to be stopping my tears ...I dont talk to any one about this...I have lost my sweetheart and the most innocent and kind one I have ever met...I dont know what to say words cant describe the sadness and grief inside of me

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May 21, 2014
with my deepest sympathy
by: Lawrence

Dear Heba,
You are doing the right thing which is to CRY and CRY until you feel cried out, but more will come, in your heart, like all of us on this web site, you will never stop crying for your wonderful man.
Your story is so terribly tragic, to lose such a young husband and lover at such a tender age is a complete nightmare and I’m not surprised you are so devastated, who wouldn’t be?, BUT, it has happened and you must realize it is his will and who are we to try to fathom or resent God/Allah’s decisions.
I understand your numbness, and feeling of helplessness, we all feel it when we lose the one person we loved more than life itself.
I lost a beloved and precious wife on Christmas Day 2012 after being together for nearly seventy years and I still feel lonely and so terribly sad, but as the months pass it gets that little easier.
I smile a little more and the sunshine seems that bit warmer
I am nearing the end of my life but you are very young woman
with most of yours still ahead of you, so don’t make any hasty decisions, swing along with your intense grief and you will find that your body and spirit can only take so much grieving before it starts to heal itself I know it doesn’t feel possible now but it will happen, as it did to all of us grieving people on this web site.
With my deepest sympathy

May 20, 2014
by: Doreen UK

Heba all of us on this site know what pain you are going through without even having to explain it. Even though the grief experience is different from our individual histories. But the pain of grief is the same. IT HURTS.
You have lost a young husband at a very young age and now having to bring up a baby without him is a double grief. Do not keep this pain locked up. You must share it with someone who can support you otherwise it will be a much harder journey to go through.
I lost my husband to cancer 2yrs. ago and it still hurts so much. There are no words any of us can say that will make it better for you, but to walk with you on this site and keep writing to you with all the support we can give you. But having someone in person does help more, so I hope you will reach out to your family and let them help you cope with the worst experience of your life. Death hurts us more than words can say. IT CRUSHES US often beyond endurance. Best way forward is ONE DAY AT A TIME. May God comfort you and give you the strength to go on in life

May 20, 2014
I am sorry
by: Anonymous

Dear Heba:
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I to are trying to recover from the loss of our son and I understand what you are saying. The emotions the numbness. It took me months to just to be able to think straight. I question every step now. When this first happened to us no one could really say anything, Its 9 months for us and still I ask the same old question why god why. I cry until I cant anymore. My son committed suicide July 2013. It seemed as time has gone on that it has gotten a little better but as the year date approach's I seem to be feeling the pressure more and more. I am not sure what I will do on that day but I no that the feeling of reliving it is something I dread. I no in time the pain will lesson and I must admit I do find my self thinking now about the gift of his life rather then what I have lost. I sincerely pray that the Lord gives you peace. God Bless.

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