Never enough time.

by Gina
(Warwick, RI)

My Mother was the most giving generous woman I have ever or probably will ever know. She passed on May 4, 2011 of lung cancer. I do not think I have started to grieve or accept she is gone. I want to call her, I want to hug her, I think
I am still in denial. I have started a group grief counciling which had helped a little only in the fact I have heard similar stories and been around people that know what I am going through. Unfortunately but fortunately, I am starting nursing school back up today and will have to miss group this semester, as class is on the same day.

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Jan 28, 2012
I understand
by: Kathy

I lost my husband of 39 years in Aug, to lung cancer. We were high school sweethearts, my best friend the father of our 4 kids. I am so lost without him, I hold his pillows at night, waiting to hear him come to bed. A big part of me died, that Aug. day and don't know even where to start my life with my friend! I do understand.

Jan 24, 2012
I understand
by: tomi

I just lost my husband and sometimes, I sit with the door open and I can hear his footsteps walking down the sidewalk. It hurts so bad sometimes. If only I could hug him one more time and tell him just how much I love him.

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