For the woman who wrote, The things I learned from my husband’s death. Profound words and lessons you have come to know. My fianc passed away aug. 7 , this year and would have been a 2nd marriage for the both of us.
Nobody said anything about having to learn to love again after loss. And I mean really learn it again. Attempting to love again the way we used to before loss will never work. So, here is my attempt to articulate what it feels like to love again after you have been devastatingly heart broken.
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The Anguish of Losing a Spouse. By Tara Parker-Pope April 5, 2010 4:52 pm April 5, It is not just that I will miss my husband’s company, his acerbic wit, and his astute commentary at movies, concerts and plays.. I am sorry to learn of the death of your husband.
That’s part of why I wrote this article-to remind us all to do so. A letter to my husband is not an affirmation that we can speak directly to our loved ones after they have died; rather my hope is to encourage you to love and pray for your spouse. I hope some will resonate with you and encourage you in your marriage. dear beloved husband,
Happy Anniversary! The things you’ve learned in 20 years is very impressive. My husband and I will celebrate 42 years next week. Your list is spot on. I had to laugh at #13. We honor each other as well. I remember a neighborhood gathering a few years back, with a few women sitting in a circle, sharing life moments.
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Here are 35 Things I have Learned from Marriage: 1. A Happy Marriage is hard work. 2. A man could own more shoes than me. 3. I could fall out of love with my husband. 4. I could fall back in love with my husband over and over again. 5. Hair shavings in the sink could drive me to near insanity.
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