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Caregivers Who Have Lost Someone
It's so difficult to carry on after losing the person we spent all of our time and energy on for so long. First of all you have to take time out to rediscover yourself and see who you are now. You are definitely not the same you that is for sure. But you will find some semblance of you when the time is right. You need to heal and breathe for now. It's so early in your grieving process..... Absorb your experiences and let them help carve out the person you are after the storm. I'm so sorry for your tremendous loss..... <3
I understand where you are at, because I lost my Dh about 6 weeks ago. The lost feeling, no energy, no 'hop to it' . Try a grief share group if there is one in your area. I've been going 3 weeks now, is it helping?,,,,,,,,Time will tell. I am working on trust issues with his kids and the new people at church .
I decided to look on line before i maybe just curl up in bed today. I just remember God is in control and has a plan for each of us, and He will never leave us or forsake us.
I see you have had a recent lost as well and I wanted to send you hugs and condolences for the lost of your DH. Best wishes to you and I hope your support group will be helpful.
Sending lots of love and strength to you Julie as you navigate through these uncertain times. Take good care of yourself and let your soul start to heal for however long that takes. Be good to yourself.
xoxoxox - Kat