My husband died May 9th and I haven't touched most of his stuff. His clothes are still in the closet, his glasses are still on the night stand. This was a second marriage for both of us and he had no other family. My sons don't have the connection to his childhood things and family 'heirlooms' that he did, so they really don't want much. I feel if I get rid of the stuff, donate it, I am betraying him, what should I do? There are some things that meant a lot to him but I don't have a connection to and have little value.
Good evening fellow DS members. I have been consumed with issues that have keep my focus elsewhere. The investigation I was involved in is over and I was found to be at fault. One of my supervisers is recommending dismissal. Appearently HR hasn't gotten the memo yet cause I still report to the office and log 4-5 hours a day. I'm getting paid every two weeks and accruing comp time. Go...
I am having a very difficult time with grief and depression. I was his caretaker for over a year. He had pancreatic cancer. He passed here at home.