My husband Geoge you passaway January 3 2013

by Jacqueline Socque
(Alexandria Ontario)

My husband George was very sick he die of double amonia and heart attack . I am so sad. I just cry, I miss your smile. My memorys are so lonely with out you we were married 28 lovely years.On April28 1984.I willnever forget you good days or bad we share good memorys together.

Has forever been called away.I think in silence.No eye see me weep but many silend tears are shed. When others are asleep when the years goes by you still in my heart.No one will not take your place we will meat againe someday

Love your wife Jacqueline Socque his sister Aline and familly

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May 11, 2013
i know how you feel
by: Anonymous

I also lost my husband on the 4th jan 2013 we were together 22years the grieve is crippling but you learn to cope I have to young children and they talk about him everyday and it is heartbreaking but I keep strong and I am getting stronger every day I know he is with us everyday and that helps keep strong and keep faith that he is with you all the best.

May 06, 2013
Same as you
by: Karen

Dear Jacqueline,
I too was married in April, 1984 and my husband passed away January 1, 2013. I know exactly what you are feeling. The grief hurts but people tell me it gets softer with time.

May you find peace in your heart as time goes on and just know that George is at rest and his spirit watching over you.


May 04, 2013
My heart goes out to you
by: Anthony C

Am so sorry for your loss ... I know words cannot express our feelings on the loss of our loved ones. Miss my wife who left a little more than a year ago and can understand how you feel. Time does not heal, but, as time goes by, seek him in after death communications and you will find him. There are many good websites that point in this direction and I have found it to be a great help. Grief counselling helps too, but to a somewhat limited extent.

May 04, 2013
My husband George you passed away January 3rd 2013
by: Doreen U.K.

Jacqueline I am so very sorry for your loss of your husband to pneumonia and heart attack. My husband of 44yrs. died of lung cancer caused by asbestos 1yr. ago TODAY. It is the most painful experience. It is a very hard place to be. WE have to go on in life without our loved one at our side which is very hard. Only time will Heal us from our loss so that we will be able to go on each day. We live with the Hope that we will see our husband again. This will help us go on in life. May God comfort you in your sorrow and grief and give you the Healing you need.

May 04, 2013
My husband George
by: Pat J.Green Bay,WI

For me, it will be 2 years on June 27th, my husband of 46 years died from a massive heart attack. He died the day after our 46th wedding anniversary.
Your pain is oh so fresh. You feel like a part of you has died right along with him. People would tell me things will get easier and better. For me, I don't feel that's the way it is. I am slowly learning to live without him. You never get over the death of a spouse. That ache is always in our heart. Our hearts are broken. Things in our body heal, but a scar is left and it sometimes doesn't take much to rip open the scar.
I joined a grief support group. For me that was a gift from God; being with other widows and widowers. They really understood my pain. We never forget our husbands.
For me; I will never love like that again. It hurts too much to loose someone I love. I don't ever want to go through that again.
You are going to have good days and bad days. Soon you will have more good days than bad but the bad days often are just a thought away.
Today, I went and put flowers on my husbands grave. I still have a hard time believing he is laying in a coffin under the earth. Yet, I realize that is just his body. His spirit will always live on. He lives in my heart, as does your husband.
Feel your grief, don't hold it in. Tears are healing. Don't be ashamed of your tears; they are because you have loved and were loved. None of us have perfect marriages. We now cherish our memories. Those can never be taken from us.
God Bless You and just TAKE IT ONE DAY AT A TIME!

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