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Child Loss / Happy Heavenly Birthday, Adam!
« on: April 26, 2017, 05:01:46 AM »
Happy Heavenly Birthday, Adam!

((((((Paula))))))

Remembering  :angel11: Adam :angel11: today on his Heavenly Birthday. May your memories be gentle, warm and peaceful. And may a very special memory of your precious Adam bring a smile to your heart.

Love,
Terry

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Child Loss / Re: ((((Paula))))
« on: April 23, 2017, 12:51:34 PM »

Paula,

So sorry to read about our Kate.

Glad to read about Josh. Both of your kids are doing so well and giving you plenty of grandkids to spoil. :icon_flower:

I'm Ok, Paula. You know me...I'm like a Timex!

Holding you close and thinking of both you and Craig as Adam's Birthday fast approaches.

My love,
Terry

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Child Loss / Re: Happy Birthday, precious Jeff
« on: April 23, 2017, 12:46:51 PM »
Our lives have never been the same since our angels have left us.

((((Paula))))

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Parent Loss / Re: I lost my mom April 10th 2017
« on: April 23, 2017, 12:44:23 PM »
Hi Dawn,

So very sorry to read of the death of your precious Mom. My Mom died back in '77 and I miss her every day. It's a great loss.

Tell us more about your Mom. If you like, post her Angel Date and Birthday and I will post them on the calendar and we will remember her on her special dates. Keeping their memory alive, I believe is the greatest way we can honor them.

Hugs,
Terry

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Introductions thread
« on: April 18, 2017, 02:11:39 PM »
Mark,
I posted your Dad's dates. Thanks for sharing them.
:icon_flower:

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Michael, how's the move?
« on: April 14, 2017, 07:24:05 AM »
Michael,

So glad to learn your home has sold and you're moving forward with your living arrangements. I'm very sorry to read of the death of your best friend....so sad.

Moving in itself can be overwhelming without having to deal with the stress of a death and all of the memories. One day at a time. I personally couldn't live any other way.

Try to get out of the house and take a long walk. It helps.


 

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Introductions thread
« on: April 14, 2017, 07:11:08 AM »

Mark,

I'm sorry to read of the death of your friend, Gene. Those childhood memories you shared are just priceless. Thank You.

Yes, I do know what you mean regarding that finish line and important to remember that grieving is slow, at times....there is no time table, just a beginning. I try to remember that the pain is the price we pay for loving and losing.

The Angel Date is when our loved ones died, correct. I will post Gina's dates on our calendar. Thanks for sharing them.

Holding you close as you face another difficult challenge, saying good-bye to your friend.



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Parent Loss / Remembering Grandma Shirley (Dina Marie)
« on: April 13, 2017, 07:02:30 AM »
(((((Dina Marie)))))

Holding you close as we remember :angel11: Grandma Shirley :angel11: today on her Angel Date. May your memories be gentle and fond and may one very special one find your heart and bring a smile.

Hugs & Love, :love9:
Terry

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Introductions thread
« on: April 12, 2017, 07:40:05 AM »

Hi Mark,

It sure sounds like you're doing all the right things. It's not always easy, as you're well aware but it's worth it. We're worth it.
Glad to learn that you have dogs. They are family and help us through the toughest times in our lives with their unconditional love that they give so freely. Enjoy them as much as they enjoy you!

I like "handicapable" and going to remember that. That's awesome.

You sure do have a lot going on and don't forget to take extra special care of you. Forgetting our basic needs is so easy to do when we're hurting.

If you post Gina's Angel Date, Birthday, Anniversary....I will post them on the calendar so she will be honored. We will always remember her here at Webhealing.

Scratch behind the ears for Sarge from me.

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Introductions thread
« on: April 11, 2017, 06:39:04 AM »

JustMark,

I am sorry to read of the very recent death of your precious wife, Gina. Welcome to Webhealing.

As difficult as it is at this time, try to take care of yourself the best you can by staying hydrated (drinking lots of water) getting out of the house for a walk everyday, eating healthy snacks and getting rest. These things saved my life when grieving as our immune system get's zapped when our bodies are stressed and we can become very sick.

Know that we're here for you and post day or night, someone is always reading.

You have my understanding.

Sending hugs & love to you ((((((JustMark))))))

Love,
Terry

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Main / Re: Lost another partner!
« on: March 29, 2017, 06:12:49 PM »

Oh Leo, I'm so sorry for your tragic loss and another heartache. You have my heart.

It's amazing that you found love 'twice' where many don't find it once. It certainly doesn't help with the awful pain but I still couldn't help but think of it.

Not sure where everyone is. I think facebook.

Please keep me updated on how you're doing. You are always in my thoughts.

With love & understanding,
Terry

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Spouse, Partner Loss / Re: Michael, how's the move?
« on: March 13, 2017, 01:49:09 PM »
Sent you a private message. :love9:

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Parent Loss / Re: Introductions
« on: February 26, 2017, 12:04:41 PM »

Oh Dina,

I'm so sorry to learn of the recent death of your Grandpop. And, I agree that regardless of whether they are sick or not, we're never, ever prepared to say good-bye to one that we love so much.

You have my heart.

Hugs,
Terry

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Parent Loss / Re: Loss of my Dad
« on: February 26, 2017, 11:59:13 AM »

(((((llewis)))))

I'm so sorry for the loss of your precious Dad. I understand the pain, the sadness. It's difficult as death is so final and we're left with the memories. Especially since you two were so close. I do think it's normal to feel the sadness. How can we not, when someone who has meant the world to us is no longer physically with us. Our brain knows it's true but it takes quite awhile for our hearts to catch up to that truth.

Not sure I have any advice, I only know that we all grieve differently. Some of us longer than others. There's really no right or wrong way to grieve and there's no time limit.

Welcome to Webhealing. There are others here who are grieving the loss of their parent, also. We find comfort when sharing our pain with others.

Let me know how you're doing.

Sending you a big hug and my love,
Terry

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Parent Loss / Re: Motherless by 17, parentless at 26.
« on: February 26, 2017, 11:50:43 AM »

(((((Bri)))))

I'm so sorry to read of the death of your precious Dad. Losing both parents is such a great loss, especially when so young. I certainly understand the pain as I've lost both parents and all three of my children. In fact, I was around your age when my Mom died at 48.

I'm glad you found us. Welcome to Webhealing.

What kind of support do you have in your life at this time? Siblings, friends? Is there a pastor or priest that you're close to? It really helps to sit down and talk with someone but we don't always have that in our lives and the reason for the importance of message boards such as Webhealing. I, along with many others found these boards to be a life saver; coming on to post at any hour or just vent the pain is helpful. There's always someone here and we never close. Like an online journal.

Please update when you have a chance so I know how you're doing.

Again, I'm so very sorry for the loss of your Dad and for the pain you're going through.

Sending you hugs, love & understanding,
Terry


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