I lost my husband on the 2nd july 2009 in a motorcycle accident , he was my world and i feel so lost without him. As well as that my husbands very close friend died 12 weeks prior in the same way and in the same area, i am not sure how to feel i have cried but feel it has of yet not hit me and i dont feel this is normal . I just get through each day best i can and the children keep me in a routine. I feel as though everyone around me is grieving and i just feel stuck and dont know what to do.
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