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  • stillsad
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    Hi Paul – you will definitely beat the depression because you have said you will and that optimism is a massive step forward. I will take on your advice and try and find a good counsellor asap. Take care.

    in reply to: Sudden & traumatic husband loss #23714
    scully
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    Dear Harv

    I’m very sorry about your brother. Be kind to yourself too. Take care.

    in reply to: Sudden & traumatic husband loss #23713
    scully
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    Dear Debsayge

    Thank you. It feels like it is a living hell most days and that I need to wake up from this nightmare…and then I remember my husband has died and everything is real. It’s hard trying to pick up all the pieces of our lives and put them back together to make sense of it all, to keep the girls on track and to believe we have some sort of future where we are not just surviving the bad reality but feeling some joy or something more than the pain and the grief. Thank you to you and everyone who has responded – thank you – I feel very alone most of the time and the grief is really overwhelming. Some workmates and other friends, including one of my daughters godparent who I thought were close friends have not been in touch so I feel like a leper and they obviously cannot deal with any of this so they have decided to not do or say anything which is really hurtful. Thank you to all in our grief community – there are so many people grieving and hurting and it is forums like this that help us. Sending love to everyone.

    in reply to: Sudden & traumatic husband loss #23712
    scully
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    Dear Daybyday

    Thank you. I am heartbroken for you – I understand your devastation and deciding to live. Our road is a hard one. Wish I could give you a hug too. Sending you lots of hugs.

    in reply to: Sudden & traumatic husband loss #23710
    scully
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    Thank you. It’s been a long, hard few months. I have a brother who lives in the same town as me (he is married and with adult kids with their own families) – he has been fantastic. His wife I feel like she avoids me and avoids interacting with me – just too hard for her I suppose. I also have a sister interstate (but who has her own health issues so can’t be with me), who calls me everyday and lets me vent or whatever I need. We (my girls and I) now have a regular GP and I’ve started seeing a psychologist (have been to 3 appointments so far) which I’m finding does help. My girls are on the cancellation waitlist as well. I listen to an assortment of grief podcasts when I can’t sleep, until I drop off in the wee hours or I watch a world movie on SBS until I drop off from exhaustion. I’ve relocated from our bedroom into the lounge room downstairs to make a makeshift bedroom of sorts. Life is very different and feels so strange. Nights are eerily too quiet and that’s when I probably overthink everything and the grief and sadness take over. I’m a doer – I like being really busy – so mostly I try to keep really busy to the point of exhaustion.

    Paul s
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    Hi there,
    Sorry for your losses, especially your mum recently. Nothing can prepare you fully when you lose someone you love. Its ok to feel guilty,angry at the moment. Be gentle on yourself though, your human, with emotions, and the grief will bring all sorts of the most deeply felt pain in you, at any time it wants. Keep on reading the book when you can and talking to someone you confide in, or councellor, etc. Thats the hardest part im finding, talking it out with soneone, as my councellor is ok but i need abit more. Journaling helps, but, referring to your question about spirituality, ive turned to god alot also recently, and i talk and express my pain to him. I have faith and believe your loved ones are always watching you and with you, and i talk to my dad constantly every day,,as i used to when he was alive. It feels good, to share things with him still, and they both are helping me in lots of ways, that ive seen still, so their spirit never dies, and they are always in your heart and mind. In regards to god, ive found, he has helped and guided me through this incredibly tough period in my life, and he continues too, even though i do question his,ways sometimes and get angry abit with him. Its hard to see the goodness sometimes and how he works, but then he turns around and comforts and guides me, so ill never doubt him, thats forsure, even with the deep, dark hole im in at the moment, going through this debilitating, nuisance of a deoression, which ive promised myself ill beat it in everyway, no matter how long it takes

    Hope this helps.
    Take care.
    Paul

    Paul s
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    Thanks Harv,
    Appreciate your words. Writing a letter is a very good exercise, ive done it afew times to my mum and dad especially over the last year or so, and its very healing.
    Take care
    Paul

    Paul s
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    Hi Jc25,
    Just letting you know ive read the book and it was very useful. Ive also signed up in megans fb webpage for the 30 day journal course, which is really good and libks you to the support group, who are all doing it also, to share youre experiences.
    Regards.
    Paul

    in reply to: Loss of a loved one #23706
    jjjackwilliams7
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    in reply to: Loss of a loved one #23705
    jackdisuza442
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