posted on Oct, 17 2013 @ 06:45 PM
reply to post by Isittruee
My spouse of 31+ years was killed suddenly in an auto accident just two months ago. I am still in grief and have learned so much about the grief
process these past few months. It's different for all of us; but, when something this BIG hits us - we know it really REALLY hurts. Nothing -
NOTHING hurts this bad and for so long. They assure me it will eventually become more manageable in time. It could be five years even, and I don't
look forward to that.
First - a (((HUG))) - if you don't want or need the hug, just let it stay on the page for somebody else who needs it. Personally, I can't get
enough of them.
Second, post partum depression - classical - it's NOT your fault, it's not her fault even. No faults, it's chemical-biological as in body
Third, expect the unexpected. Expect a roller-coaster. Expect to find pits when you thought you were over the hump.
Most of all - ALLOW yourself to cry or grieve. Tears are MEDICINE.