My Superman

by Stacy Lindauer
(Peoria, AZ,USA)


July 1st 2012 Was the hardest day of our lives. We had to make the decision to let our wonderful Steve go to heaven after a tragic dirt bike accident.

He was 30th years old and lived life to the fullest every minute since he was a child. Everything he choose to do he did well. racing,bikes cars and anything that would go fast

He has the most beautiful wife and a 5month old daughter he was never able to meet.

The last eight months have been filled with tears and some laughter of the happy times we all had with him. Everyday I wake up I think of him first thing it is so hard you just want to be able to talk with them one more time and tell them you love them.

I picked this day to write as it is his birthday and he would have been 31. I have faith in the fact God needed him for a bigger purpose, however this is something they say will get easier over time, but some days I am not so sure

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Apr 04, 2013
I understand
by: Ashley

I was just writing to say that I understand what you all are going through. I also have lost my boyfriend (was hoping to be husband soon) at the age of 29 (1 month before his 30th birthday). Like Steve my boyfriend was a dirt bike and quad rider and loved it very much, and like Steve he also raced (my boyfriend was also good at anything he did) quads in the GNCC series (Grand National Cross County of bikes and quads) and won in 2007. So I can really relate to your story. I would just like to let you know that I am very close with his family and I want you to know that you are not the only one going through something like this (I feel that way sometimes) and that you are not alone and God does have a bigger purpose for the both of them. I thank you for your story because it made me remember that I am not alone and there are people out there that are going through the same things that we are. You are in my prayers always and god bless.

P.S.
If you would like to know more about my story you can find here titled **the loss of two of the most important people of my life** My Soul Mate and Best friend only 29 years old and my Mother 45 years old. You can also, anytime email me at ashleyastimak@yahoo.com.

Apr 04, 2013
My Superman
by: Doreen U.K.

Stacy I am sorry for your loss of your Steve. I lost my husband Steve of 44yrs. 11 months ago to a deadly cancer. He died slowly over 3yrs.
I know how it feels to think of our lost loved one each morning. Get through our day and wonder how it will be. Some days when it seems O.K. we are moving forward and then slip back to the awful grief of that day we lost our beloved one.
Even if TIME does HEAL it takes a long time. Each day feels like an eternity.
WE then think of eternity as forever and this is how we feel the years are going to be. TOO LONG without the one we have lost. We both lost SUPERMEN.
We will Survive because we have no choice but to carry on in the life we have. But it is going to be a long painful journey. Death has altered me as a person forever. I am not the same person without my Steve. My heart breaks every day. I know I will see Him again. But it is such a long time to wait for this. I hope your grief journey is cushioned with Love and support from family and friends as this support does help us each day.

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