I am reading so much about everyones losses and I know now that I am not alone in all this. I lost my husband feb.16th 2008. I was alone when I found him and can't seem to get past that image in my mind. He has two daughters that are having such a hard time and I hurt for them so so much. I'm returning to work full time April 7th. I have been on family medical leave since Jan 17th. I'm afraid in a way to go back then I'm happy about going back to work. Doesn't make much sense does it? I know my friends will talk about their husbands and holidays and celebrations and I know it may get to me. I haven't really cried that much. It's almost like I'm still in denial even though I know he's not coming back. Do you think thats normal? Sorry for all the questions. I'm just starving for anything that indicates I'm not losing my mind.
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