My wonderful wife died 8 weeks ago aged only 52 after battling bowel cancer for the last 18 months. My sense of grief, loss and loneliness just seem to be getting worse. She was my wife, my best friend and my soul mate. I feel as if part of me has gone with her. We had a wonderful marriage for 29 years and I know I should be grateful for that and I do have many wonderful memories but she had so much to live for and so many plans for the future which have now been taken away. It just seems so cruel and unfair. She was a kind, warm loving person. A wonderful wife and mother and I so desperately miss her now. Life seems so bleak and the day-to-day things just seem pointless.
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