Sorry we had a transporter accident and your going to be stuck there for quiet a wile.
It's bound to get worse.
Remedy for now.........glowing tubes, SDA's and your favorite tunes, smoking jacket, moldy cheese and mahogany pipe. Works every time.
It is getting crazy isn't it Jesse?
I think the societal motto is: "I believe (in)sanity"
I feel you F1. The hackers and spammers are really messing things up here these days. Then PF'nB goes and buys a frigging Porsche on eprey, sight unseen no less.
Thre is no hope for us after all. (Insert laughy face here)
In Colorado, Fukitol is legal.
First week or two is going to suck. Set Facebook so you can't see any of her status updates, if you're on Facebook. Stay as busy as you can. Friends, OT at work, anything. It seems like the end of the world. Every time. It gets better. Every time.
It sucks, nothing will help other that time, and friends.
Been there too, more than once. Keeping busy, and time are the only things that truly work. It sucks, but there's no way around it.
Sorry to hear that Jesse. I've been there before and it sucks for sure. Best thing to do is, if you have young kids, stay close and see them as much as you can. Time is a great healer imho.
Jess, I know personal stuff isn't your bag to float around a public forum, but whatever it is we wish you well and strength to get threw it all.
Hang in there Jesse!! I'm really sorry to hear that! Take things at your pace and do what you (and her) think is right. It may not be over yet....
You must be devastated. I'am at a loss of words so sorry to hear of your loss, please take care of yourself and remember the times you had together.
Very sorry to hear that, as others have said been there done that. It will get better just takes a while. Hope everything goes ok.
Jesse, very sorry for your loss. Hang in there, probably the worst thing you can experience with life. Not much consolation but it will get better. It will never be the same, but it will get better.
Hang in there. Lots on here have been through the same thing. It svcks. Things will get better. Time heals even though memories are still there
Time to get out of town for a couple of days and find something fun to do
unfortunately, words fail me - all the best, compadre.
Its tough Jesse. Must be in the water. My bride of 35 years and I are having a really hard time right now and probably on the shakest ground ever.
Hang in there but hopefully things will turn around and you both will be stronger for having experienced this time.
Sorry to hear this Jesse.
Jesse - hang in there, things will get better, and a new normal will begin. Keep focused and keep busy.
ummm sorry don't mean to sound cold...Did someone die? or is he just heartbroken?
Either way hang in there Jesse we're here for you buddy.
Sorry to hear that. But, these things happen to everyone, eventually. I've seen almost everyone in my parents' generation leave and that includes two parents and a step-parent. Been to so many funerals in the last five years my head is spinning. Hang in there.
Jesse, I have LOTS of Scotch and you are welcome in West Des Moines any time.
Sorry to hear that too CNH, same boat here. Then again who hasn't lost anyone once you start getting up in age ? Just my opinion, but losing a relative isn't the same as a husband or wife especially if you've been together for a good length of time. Your very existence, your heart and soul meld together. When one departs, the loss can be unbearable. No words can describe that emptiness left behind and nothing will fill that void. The only thing left is to hold on to the others you hold dear, embed your love and effort, and time to where it will do the most good for you, and your family.
Time....will take us all eventually. What we do with that time we have left is up to us. We are all different in how we deal with the loss of loved ones. We each find our own way to move on until we ourselves are taken by time. If this is indeed Jesse's wife we are talking about, my condolences Sir, nothing more I can say will suppress what you must be feeling. God bless.....
Sorry to hear of your troubles Jesse. Don't know exactly what kind of loss you experienced, whether it's through death or decision. I've found writing down thoughts and feelings to be hugely effective in gaining clarity, unloading your brain so stuff doesn't circulate endlessly. It's a way of getting to feelings that may be too complicated or painful otherwise.
Alcohol and drugs, use sparingly. After the high wears off, the situation is remains unchanged, but now you have a hangover too.
Take care of yourself and use PM to reach out if you need to.