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I lost my Husband of 32 years 16 days ago on February 24, 2022 to complications from Covid Pneumonia. He suffered in the ICU for 49 days. He was a healthy 53 year old with no known health issues. We have 4 young adult children and I don’t know how to help them or myself. We are devastated, heartbroken and in complete shock. My Husband was everything to us. We married when I was 20 and he was 21. You could say we’ve grown up together. I just don’t know how to survive this or if I even want to. I lost the love of my life.

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I am so sorry for your loss! There are absolutely no words for the devastation that you have just gone through. I cry as I write this to you as I also recently lost my husband of 38 years with four young adult children. he was too young to die. Sometimes I don’t know how Ive made it to the next day but by Gods strength I’ve done this for six months now. The pain is a tiny bit less but i know it will never truly go away. I am so sorry 😢

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I’ve been writing and journaling on grief at Annette.cardoza@medium.com

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I am so sorry that you've lost your husband. My love of 52 years died on Feb 16th after a week on life support. I had to make the decision to remove life support. I don't wish that on anyone. There's so much guilt. But....we had both made that decision in our wills.
Each day thereafter was so horrible. I couldn't stop crying and not accepting he's gone. As the days and weeks passed on...my heart got lighter and I relied on photos, videos, and my family to get me to a place where I could function and deal with an everyday routine. It has now been over two months and I am inquiring how to donate his clothing to those in desperate need, including Ukraine, and carry on just as my Don would want me to do. Accept my heartfelt condolences...but look or some small bit of joy everyday...mine is the coming of spring buds and warmer weather....it may just be your love sending you a message.

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