Guest Vic Posted March 29, 2006 Report Share Posted March 29, 2006 My wife of 38 years died a week ago today. We were married on the third date, it was truly love at first sight.From the beginning we realized that loving and being loved was the most important part of our relationship. We wanted to be together 24/7. No outside clubs, or separate vacations just be together and we were. We developed into almost one person, I would think it and she would say it. She died after a 13 month battle with metasized colon cancer. She was stage four when we found it. Every day for 13 horrible months I got up saying this cannot be, I grieved every day during this terrible battle. Now she is gone and I am still grieving only now it is for a terrible loss. She was my life. I am trying to stay busy and that helps. But this pain of her loss is so great I wonder if I can endure for my children and grandchildren.Are there some danger signs that I need to be aware of that my grief is overwhelming me? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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