survived my angelversary

by Donna
(Texas )

It's been sooooooooooo long since I've been here. I lost my everything 3years ago the 23rd. This site saved my all that were here 3 yrs ago thanks for everything. My computer crashed and I lost everything. Well I have gotten soooooo much better..taking it one second, one minute, one hour, one day at a time. And believe me this is the worst rollercoaster ride I have ever been NEVER STOPS...I have finally met a very nice understanding man. He made the 23rd bearable, I actually only broke down a few times that day and only for a few minutes. Then I would think Donna celebrate his life...not his death..he would hate that. He made me promise before he died that I would not mourn him forever, and believe me this is the hardest promise I've ever had to keep, but I'm giving it my best shot. To Hope both of you...if your still here...MANY MANY THANKS...I HOPE Y'ALL ARE DOING WELL? I wish everyone here the best. I still take things one day at a time...I probably always will. I'm soooooo glad to have made many friends and good acquaintances along not horrible journey which now binds us together...grief...the most horrible thing any living being should have to endure.

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Aug 18, 2013
survived my angelversary
by: silver

Dear Donna,I wasn't here 3 yrs ago,but like you,this site has been my saving grace.My tale is that in 17 months I sent off my father,my friend of 28yrs, my mother,and my husband.My friend and my mother 30 days apart,my friend and my husband on the same day a yr apart.I was so lost.I went around in a daze for a couple of months,not doing anything to speak off.One day I got online to look up grief sites and I tumbled onto this one.I feel GOD sent me here.First to get some healing from those who KNEW how I felt.Now,to help others who are going through what I did.It has been 2 yrs since my husband died and I would be lying if I said I didn't cry or get depressed at times,but it's not as hard or as long as it used to be.I am so glad you found someone to make you feel alive again.I wish the best for you.I keep you in my prayers.

Jul 29, 2013
Bless You, Donna
by: Alan

Isn't it amazing how much you can miss someone? I lost my wife nearly 19 months ago, her name was Donna, also. I wasn't here three years ago but I'm sure glad I popped in and read your wonderful post. My wish for you is that your journey through life become easier and all your days be filled with simple pleasures that you enjoy and make you happy.

Thank You, Donna, your words filled my heart with happiness and the tears this time were tears of joy.

Jul 27, 2013
survived my angelversary
by: Doreen U.K.

Donna so good to hear that you are getting your life back if only slowly but surely. You sound more positive and coping with life better. This is what this site is meant to do. Lift up those who are struggling with grief and to support each other as best as we can. Grief is as you say the worst experience of one's life. We have no control over this or our healing. It is a very slow process of healing back from loss. I am happy for the new man in your life and for the difference this is making to your life and happiness. I hope you have many happy years together and that Life treats you good. Best wishes.

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