I had a conversation with someone that is supposed to be my friend. I was telling her how I joined different groups on the internet just so I can feel connected to people who share the same journey as I do. Somehow the subject turned to people who remarry or date after losing their spouses. She goes on to tell me that she believes that love can come again to people in their 20's and 30's but not people our age (56). Mind you I at no time was expressing the desire to meet anyone. It is the idea that what she said sounded like " You are too old and too broken down with your issues to ever be loved again" I am not reading between the lines with this lady either. She is very passive aggressive. It just made me feel so awful. I know that I will never be the same again in my lifetime. That is hard enough to deal with but to think that I would never be loveable to anyone is so final and depressing.
I Lost my wife of 23years to brain cancer on Saint Patrick’s day, we were high school sweethearts and have 1 daughter of 24 years old, life is very lonely and my house is empty now, praying that God will bring the right person to help me heal, God Bless
Hello, I lost my wife and my best friend back in jan 2018, we were married 30 years. My life feels like a crazy rollercosterride that just won't stop.I'm trying to find some kind of norm. One of my sons is getting married in april got to hold ittogether, just trying to find a way how.