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yellowroseoftex03

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  1. My names Theresa I just found this Website and am so greatful. My fiance passed New Years Eve. We were together eight years, he was ill but at times would do well. I almost lost him several times but he would make it always telling me Honey I'll be ok I'm tough. Back and fourth to hospitals doctors and liver center. We were so close he was my best friend. When I first met him it felt like we had known eachother forever. I actually think he was the first man I every really was in love with. I was married for seventeen years, my x was very abusive, then I met Eddie. We were going to be married after his liver transplant. Two years ago I became ill as well. I have system Lupus with organ involvement and other diseases from the Lupus. Eddie and I were there for eachother. Last summer when I was very ill in the hospital Eddie told me you can't leave me I can't go on without you. In my mind I started thinking it was going to be me first. He was always so worried that if something happened to him I would give up. I missed several of my treatments after he passed feeling like I just couldn't go on. I know I need to fight for my children and I am. I just feel so lost with out him. On someones post they mentioned signs, I have had several from my Eddie. I keep thinking of when he passed and things we talked about, sometimes it feels like it was yesterday. Going for Chemo last week I had to pull over on the side of the road crying then a song came on the radio that he loved and use to say it reminded him of us. Some nights I have woke up with the feeling of him laying next to me and I look and no one is there. I have a hard time understanding why God would bring us together and then I end up sick also and then he took Eddie. I have some guilt because he called me the night before his seizure and told me he was very confused. I had been at the hospital with my Dad he had had a heart attach and going back and fourth and being sick I was so tired. I called Eddies doctor and he told me Eddie would be ok his emonia levels were up and they had increased his lactolose. I told Eddie what the doctor said and that I would be there first thing in the morning. Early the next morning I got a call from the hospital to get there right away they were working on him and didn't know if he would make it. I rushed to the hospital and he was in icu with doctors everywhere, I told him honey im here and he sat straight up in the bed and looked at me and fell back. He lived three days after that but was on respirator. My guilt is the first time I wasn't there this happened. I wish I could turn back time I would have gone to the hospital that night and stayed with him. The doctor said he would be ok, this haunts me daily and I keep replaying it in my mind. I miss him so much.
  2. Dear ((Jolee)) I've been going through a lot of the same..People mean well but they don't really know what its like unless there going through it. Some of our friends even quit calling because they don't know what to say. My Eddie passed New Years Eve and it felt like the whole world stopped, I was in a fog, and still am at times. I have a very close friend that I talk to a lot who lost her husband a couple of years ago. I would actually call her and still do every morning and say at times what do I do now. She will say do the dishes and call me right back. It's one min at a time. I've always been one to do things myself never asking for help. Its ok to say I need help, you don't need to be alone right now. You are in my thoughts and prayers, If you need to talk just let me know on here ok. You are not alone. Love, Theresa
  3. Dear ((Riverbear)) I couldn't sleep and found this link. The first thing I saw was your post and I could so relate to you. My Partner and best friend passed New Years Eve from Liver failure also. They had a liver for him for transplant but he had a seizure. They did an MRI and found brain cancer. It was so devastating as we were to be married in January we were waiting until after transplant. We had been together for seven years. I feel your pain Hon. It's like I'm just walking through the motions of life and trying to keep going forward. I am also very ill and am on Chemo and many other meds, its really hard to keep fighting without him by my side. I feel like part of me is gone like a whole in my existance. I start feeling a little better or will have a fairly ok day when all of the pain seems to rush back in like he just left. I know for a fact he is still with me in spirit like your wife is with you. It's just so hard because we can't touch them. ((Eddie)) and I had many talks and his worse fear was me going first. At the memorial something I will never forget, our bodies in time will ware but our love lasts forever. Even through passing this is something that will never be taken away from us. Another thing that was told to me recently is that ((Eddie)) wasn't mine he belonged to God just like you and I. Eddie and your wife was lent to us for a while and what a blessing to have been given such a wonderful gift. We will make it and we will be ok with time but for me I know I will never forget until we meet eachother again. For some reason we are still here, God is not finished with us yet, we still have things to do in this life. I'm sending you prayers for healing in turn this also will help me. Love, Theresa
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