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Re: my husband and soulmate has died

Posted: Mon Jan 16, 2012 12:13 am
by Myrtle
xstitchgirl, at the moment you need time for you to grieve and to come to terms with your own life. I expect your emotions are still all over the place, which is not good for making life changing decisions. Don't let yourself get pushed or just slide into something that you aren't ready for or willing to do.
Explain how you feel to your sister, talk through how you both feel and see if you can come up with an option that will work for you all.

Re: my husband and soulmate has died

Posted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:52 pm
by Brindleboy123
xstitchgirl...I can't say it any better than Myrtle. Just wondering how you are doing? Perhaps you could let us know when you feel up to it, or perhaps if you feel you would like to "chat".

Take good care of yourself xstitchgirl.

Bell x

Re: my husband and soulmate has died

Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:02 pm
by bowlingbun
I was widowed five years ago, my husband died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 58. I'm also part time carer for a disabled mum and a son with learning difficulties. Has anyone mentioned Way Up to you? It is an online forum, very similar to this one. Everyone is so caring and friendly, get togethers, or "meets" as they are called, happen all over the country. Just Google "Way Up widow" and you will find the site. It is very reassuring to read other people's comments, and there is lots of support. I just wish it hadn't taken me so long to find, so I'm passing on details to anyone who might like to join, when the caring is over.