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September 01, 2005

Handling grief

Click here to listen to episode six of Powerful thought.

Today's episode is about dealing with grief of having a terminal illness.

Posted by pat at September 1, 2005 09:11 PM

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Very soothing. But how do you accept the fact that even if u are doing everything your wife wanted she will never come to know of it. How do u overcome such a great demotivator.
My wife passed away 31 days back.Died of cardiomyopathy after successfully taking chemotherapy. An upcoming author of children books she had so many plans of living, and plans for underpriviledged youth in NE India.....
How do I forget the last scenes of surprise, fear
and helplessness of my sweetheart when she realised that things have suddenly gone bad...
Regards & Thanks , Sanjib

Posted by: sanjib raj at September 22, 2005 05:35 AM

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Posted by: Anonymous at January 10, 2006 02:55 PM

I lost my daughter in law on May 15, 2006. I don't seem to be handling it very well. I truly loved Angie. She was the most gentle person on earth and even though she has always been sick, all she cared about was helping others. My son doesn't show any emotion and my husband said
s--t happens. Today her parents are coming to pack up her stuff. I can't face that, it's too soon. I feel like I get kicked in the stomach every time I realize i'll never see her again. My husband says I am over reacting. I don't know what to think. I just can't quit crying. I miss her so. Am I crazy?

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