I lost my wife very unexpectedly 2 months ago to a massive heart-attack. It was a very tramatic event that happened at home in our bedroom. We were together for 32 years and she was my everything! I know how many of you are feeling. People, friends and family have told me the exact statements you all have mentioned: "You need to let go; you need to move on, you need to take a vacation and have some fun, you need to get out and meet someon." I know they mean well, but I cant believe the suggestion of try to have fun or go meet someone. My God, she was my soulmate for 32 years, how can I be expected to just move on. Like many of you, I am up in the middle of the night with no one to talk to and no one to call. Our kids are grown and this happy home that we built together is now nothing more than an empty lonely shell of a house. I still say I love you, but now there is no reply. To be honest, I don't want to do anything with anyone. My wife was my go to person when I needed to talk, she was my best friend and my inspiration, She was the calming voice that I longed for, she was my everything! When I lost her, I also lost part of my soul and part of my heart died. I feel so empty without her. Having fun, taking a trip, meeting someone new is not even a remote thought in my mind. Why is it so hard for people to see this?
It has been the worst time of my life I was with him for 36 years and married for 34 years, a friend suggested this and I joined so here is to my new life
Its been 3 yrs. I still feel like I’m floating around with no identity, just getting through everyday and feeling relief when night comes. Life should not be this lonely or depressing. I’m ready to move on and I want to, but I just don’t know how. We lived a pretty secluded life. My days were wrapped around children who are now grown and a husband who is now gone. After working all day at a...