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Sheannutt 9 July 10
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Yeah, I still don't get the "Stages of Grief" thing. I don't know that I've gone through any of the "stages". I'm just sad and incredibly lonely. Days aren't so bad, but nights are a bitch. Going to bed alone sucks.

Spudgun Level 7 Aug 2, 2018
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So what can we do about this? I was fine and then, after 2 years it hit me. Will another solve the problem or will we keep pining for the past? Sometimes being socially active helps. Luckily, that is not a problem here. But is it enough in the long run? Time and effort are what is needed.

JackPedigo Level 9 July 20, 2018
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Boy, that is certainly the truth.

Spudgun Level 7 July 10, 2018
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Because only another widow understands what it is to be widowed, I started a monthly/weekly, dinner/lunch group. It was one of the best things I have ever done since becoming a widow. We go to fine dining restaurants and also burger joints, we do day trips and potluck picnics, photographic safari’s, dinner boat cruises or just a walk in the park. Nothing is off limits conversation wise, because there is a lot of wisdom in our group of women and no judgement. All I did was place an ad in the local online newspaper and now there are ten of us.

MsHoliday Level 8 July 10, 2018

what a wonderful thing to do not only does it help you but helps others who may be struggling good luck to you and your group long may it continue to help you all

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