I am so glad I found this group. The ast 2 years have been very hard for me. FirstI lost my right leg above the knee because of vascular disease. I thought that was the worse thing that could ever happen to me. I was wrong. On July5 I lost my husband of 20 years to lung cancer. It feels to me like I am in a haze. Sometimes like I'm not in my body. Now that the funeral is over everybody has gone back to their lives and I'm still here. During the time he was passing his family was very confortating and also after the funeral. Now no one calls me anymore. Not even his family. I am always asked how I am doing. How do you answer that? I always say I am doing ok but that is the biggest lie ever. But thats what evryone wants to hear. what do I do now? I just don't know. I am living just an hour at a time.
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