Today it is 3 months for me and each day since has left a scar more painful than the prior days'. I don't know how much more I can take, but that is in the Lord's hands not mine. I was hoping to get some feedback from you guys on how you are dealing with the situation of "when you experience something that you KNOW your deceased spouce would really have enjoyed with all their heart". Like lately I am noticing so many things that my wife would really have loved to have experienced if she were still here. She loved old classic movies and I have just wathed a couple that were just awesome. I heard a new song last night that "I Know" she would have just flipped for. I miss her comments on these things so much!!! She would have noticed something I missed that would always make it even sweeter and more enjoyable for me. She was my true soulmate - we were one whole together - we could handle anything in our path together that seemed impossible alone. That is something that I will NEVER GET OVER!!!! Just wondering how you all felt about this topic???? How do we COPE with this impossible TASK???? Help.......
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