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The Journey has ended

Kijo

Registered User
Feb 9, 2014
31
On April 2, 2017 my husband passed away and is finally at rest. It was an 8 year journey I would not wish on anyone, but I am forever grateful I found TP to support me on the journey.
To read that others have actually walked in my shoes made a big difference and receive caring words when I needed them. When all the symptoms, self-doubt, anger, pain, and burden got to be touch much to carry on my own many of you truly held me up just by knowing I was not alone in everything I felt.
I don't know what comes next. I turn 56 in a few weeks and have to rebuild a life without the love of my life since I was 15. Just like many days on the journey, it will be one foot in front of the other until I find whatever is out there for me beyond dementia and what it stole.
Thank you fellow travelers; I truly wish you all well and hope we all find the peace we are looking for.
 

cragmaid

Registered User
Oct 18, 2010
7,941
North East England
I cannot imagine what your feelings, emotions, fears for the future or even just fear for tomorrow can be.....I just know that I am so sad that you have lost your love of your life.
With sympathy....Maureen.x.x.
 

HillyBilly

Registered User
Dec 21, 2015
1,947
Ireland
Kijo I am so very sorry for your loss.
I do hope that TP continues to be a source of comfort, help and advice for you when/if you need it x
 

Gwendy1

Registered User
Feb 9, 2016
414
Glasgow
So sorry for your loss. Wishing you strength in the days ahead. X


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Bill Owen

Registered User
Feb 17, 2014
182
67
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on april 2, 2017 my husband passed away and is finally at rest. It was an 8 year journey i would not wish on anyone, but i am forever grateful i found tp to support me on the journey.
To read that others have actually walked in my shoes made a big difference and receive caring words when i needed them. When all the symptoms, self-doubt, anger, pain, and burden got to be touch much to carry on my own many of you truly held me up just by knowing i was not alone in everything i felt.
I don't know what comes next. I turn 56 in a few weeks and have to rebuild a life without the love of my life since i was 15. Just like many days on the journey, it will be one foot in front of the other until i find whatever is out there for me beyond dementia and what it stole.
Thank you fellow travelers; i truly wish you all well and hope we all find the peace we are looking for.
keep strong /takes time/im goining througth it rigth now one year later .lost my wife delyth in 30 march last year.big whlsh cwtch.
 

Soobee

Registered User
Aug 22, 2009
2,734
South
My thoughts are with you and I send my sincere condolences to you. I hope that you are able to take things easy in the coming months and treat yourself kindly x
 

Mal2

Registered User
Oct 14, 2014
2,968
Enfield
Heartfelt sympathy and condolence to you Kijo. I am so sorry for your sad loss of your beloved husband. Wishing you strength at this sad time. M xxx :)
 

Sharonk43

Registered User
May 24, 2015
29
Sorry for your loss

I too am coming to terms with losing someone 2wks ago, my dad. My thoughts are with you xx
 

CollegeGirl

Registered User
Jan 19, 2011
9,524
North East England
Thinking of you at this very sad time, and at such a young age to be facing life without him. Sending you sincere condolences, and wishing you strength to face the future.
 

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