Hello everyone. This is my first post and am hoping this will be a good outlet for all these sleepless nights. I am a 34 year old mother. My husband was my very best friend in the world and we did everything together and loved doing so. We were together for 14 years. He died last Tuesday, 9/8/09, unexpectedly of a massive heart attack. I am just trying to figure out how to wake up from this terrible nightmare and get our life back. Right now I am having trouble imagining how I will ever be alright again.
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