I did a search for grief support and although I could not find anything I was looking for in my area I was lucky enough to find this site. My name is Kim and I am 27 years old. I have a 7 year old daughter and my husband, 31 passed away Feb 4, 2007 from a bloodclot. This is the first time I have talked about this to someone other than family. My husband and I were together almost 8 years and we finally got married a little over a year ago. It's been devestating to the whole family but me and my daughter were the closest family he had. I met him on the internet a little over 8 years ago and I moved in with him after my mom died after complications with surgery to remove pancreatic cancer. He was my shoulder to cry on then and now he's gone and I have no shoulder to cry on. I don't want to burden his family with my crying because it will only upset them and that is the last thing I want to do. So there's my story. Thanks to anyone who reads this, just knowing someone reads my story makes me feel a little relieved.
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