absolutely , i lost my wife 13 months ago and think of her everyday ,especially that i am raising my 3 year old without a mom, its heartbreakening at times
thanks so much!
I am so sort for your loss. I can't imagine the pain you must experience. I am praying for you.
Yes, it happens a lot to me. Now that she broke up with me and I'm abroad knowing I'll likely(definitely) never see her again, the memories are hard to deal with. It sometimes doesn't make sense as to how it could hurt so bad, but you've got to deal with it and move on. Advise which I don't really follow too well though.
Yes, I'm going through that right now... it's so painful; the worst pain of my life without a doubt. However, each day, the aching and heaving slowly begins to fade... as slow as a turtle on weed, but still, I notice it. I hope that it will fully dissolve in time, but one can only wait.
The pain heart is the hardest to endure. We can provide but friendship and a deep empathy. Get all the tenderness of my sympathy. :)
Yes, I have missed someone so so so very much, my heart ached bu the pain did go away within time.. And not only that,,,,when I stopped thinking about this person. My real blue Prince showed up and married me.<br />
Yes, my dad who passed away six months ago :(
I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my parents 3 months apart in 2000. I have never been the same. I know your pain.
No. As painful as the loss was, time as blunted it. I still love and miss the people I've lost, and think of them often, but I don't ache for them anymore.
No. I've loved some people very much, and I have missed them very much, but the pain always manages to decrease, and eventually, though it may take years, go away. <br />
Pain is a funny thing. My heart was badly broken once, and i thought I would never recover....it's taken twenty years. And yet, here I am. It could be that part of you will always ache for that person, but the ache will move to a back room of your heart. Again, time. I hope you heal and find the memory of that person less painful.
Yes, and worse i see her all the time but am not with her. And it actually is something i physically feel in my chest. I feel better when i am near her but the pain at not being with her makes me feel sick and an actual ache. I suppose that comforts you none, but it is the truth.
I am in love with this person but I only see him every august. Every night I can not stop the tears streaming down my face. I can not stop thinking about him and I feel the pain as if there's an eternal weight upon my chest. It's killing me and I don't even know if he loves me back.
my mom died 33 years ago and my heart aches every day. She was more then a mom to me. She was my best friend. We were so very close. Now a days it seems to get worse the older I get. There are times I can't wait til its my time to go so I can be with her. I would never harm myself on purpose but I keep thinking when is it my time God. I am so ready to go.
I know how you feel. My mother died 6 years ago. The pain does seem to increase with every coming year.
I know the feeling. I lost my mother and father 3 months apart and then 5 years later I lost my brother. We had relocated to another state together and now I have no family left from my side, that I had lived with in the relocation state. My heart aches too. I know your pain.
I lost my son 8 Months ago, he was just 18. Now I just had to bury my dad 2 weeks ago. I feel as if my heart is no longer working. I have a pain that is forever with me. I cry,,,,cry so hard that I have chest pains. I feel as I am in such despair. I will never get over this loss. <br />
As my dad said to me, "losing a son is not the order, no parent should ever have to bury a child. He then said I am sick and this is the order, you should have to bury a parent. " I now lost the only one that kept me going, after the loss of my only son.
That is just absolutely horrible. I am so sorry for your loss. I will pray for you.
Everyday. Especially when someone mistakes you for that person. That just plain sucks.
I miss my dogs far more than I miss my parents.
Yes. I cannot talk about it, but the pain will never leave me.
I understand... completely..
my mother died from brain cancer when I was seven. I know it's hard. but don't believe this crap people tell you! For me this gets worse and worse every single year. You will always feel the weight of the loss. We can't go through pain together because we feel it at different levels. You will forget the face of the lost, but you will never forget what happened.