MY Loving Husband Tim

HI MY NAME IS DANA,I LOST MY HUSBAND TIM ON 3-10-09,TO A MAJOR STROKE,FROM A ANEURYSM.WE HAVE 2 BOYS,WINSTON 7,AND TIMOTHY 4.I LOVE MY HUSBAND MORE THAN LIFE,AND HE IS THE ONLY MAN 4 ME .HE WILL ALWAYS BE THE LOVE OF MY LIFE AND MY HUSBAND ,THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER.I LOVE YOU MORE TIM.

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4 Responses Mar 26, 2009

Tomorrow marks seven months for me; I still have no clue how I have made it this far. I don't even have family to help me through. This is the second husband I have lost. This does not make it any easier believe me. My first time my son was only thirteen years old. We made it and very well; we are extremely close and without him, I would not want to live.

I'm so sorry for your loss Dana. I, too, have lost my husband to a brain aneurysm. It will be 3 years in just a week.<br />
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The pain is so raw, so new for you right now. Please know that while it will be never be easy, the severity of what you are feeling will pass. The days will be come more tolerable... moments between breakdowns will get longer.<br />
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Give yourself time and permission to grieve. In the beginning I remember dealing with moments... getting through one moment at a time... an hour at a time... then eventually a day at a time.<br />
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Believe he's with you... wrapping his arms around you when you need it most.<br />
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Peace,<br />
Di

I'm so sorry for your lose. I lost my dh on nov 20, 2008 and my heart hurts, broken and we have a 4 yr old. She misses her daddy so much and its hard to tell them what is really happening.<br />
I will never have another husband or a man in my list since my dd is my love and my husband is and will be the only man for me. <br />
Hugs...

I am so sorry for your loss. Come May 11th it will be 3 years for me. I did not have two little ones at home my son was 20, I can not imagine having to explain to them why Daddy is not coming home. I still miss my husband also. The pain is always there it just gets a "little" easier to deal with. It takes time and lots of it. NEVER allow anyone to say, "you should be over this by now" because everyone grieves differently. Friends and family "meaning well" can say it but unless they have been there no they do not understand. Do you have family close by? If so, lean on them heavily. You need all the support you can get right now. There are a lot of us (Widows) on here unfortunately but we are the ones that can and will understand how you feel, just talk to us. God Bless you and the boys.