Mrcelloboy Posted September 27, 2007 Report Share Posted September 27, 2007 I was informed, by various grief counseling sources, to expect to feel anger at some point. I'm not one who has ever held anger as a very acceptable emotion or feeling. I'm more of a gentle type, so it's a hard one for me to accept.Kathy, my partner of 10 years and future wife was killed on her bicycle on the way to a longer local ride, last November 10th. We were going to be married Nov. 11 2007.I'm angry that she couldn't have been a bit more careful in traffic (she was run over by a recycling truck making a right turn). I'm angry that our future as husband and wife was taken away.I'm angry that I was left single, when she knew I hated being on my own.I'm mad that I've had to rebuild my life by myself, when it's so much easier when one has a partner to help. There are certainly things I feel positive about, but it somehow feels good to be experiencing some anger as well.Maury Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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