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Discussion in 'Loss of Spouse' started by Gary166, Oct 5, 2021.
Thanks, George. I started with GIC the
end of July. Hard to believe that in 4
months I've made close friends like you
and TGW. Lou
Glad to be your friend!
So on edge waiting for 1800Junk and its so cold today!
George you’re doing awesome! Might not feel it at the moment but look at all you’re doing and still on here offering support. It will all come together and you’ll be able to breathe a sigh of relief. Thinking of you today and each passing day as you make your move. Robin
Thanks so much, George. TGW are always
there for me. I was determined to let
everyone know I was OK. Still waiting to
hear from Karen and Gary! Lou
Robin is right. It will all come together.
Hemingway defined courage as "Grace
under pressure". We are all survivors,
Patti, I’m having the same issue. Getting the page doesn’t exist alert. Try clicking on your account and go to alerts in the drop down. That’s helping me at least.
Having this site have so many glitches is upsetting. We certainly don’t need to fight the site when we need the support we get here. Good luck! Robin
Lou I just wrote you and now I can’t find it. Thinking of you today and wishing you peace and a nice evening with your friends. ❤️ Robin
Robin, don't panic. I found a new way. with
Karyn's help. I "started a conversation"
with everyone, and got responses from
Deb, George. Patti, and you. Still waiting
for Karen and Gary. Lou
Robin, I found it!!! You talked about
Clint Eastwood movies!!! Lou
Thank you! 1800Junk here now!
Thank you so much! I do feel particularly cruddy today. Lottsa love!
Makes sense. You got this! ❤️
Thank you for looking. Glad you found it! ❤️
Lou, today is your 3 year mark anniversary. I know you have plans to keep busy with friends, food and laughter. You've come a long way in 3 years, be proud of yourself, Linda would.
Thank you so much. Karen. When you
said Linda's name, I did choke up. But,
as Sinatra sang in That's Life: " Each time
I find myself flat on my face, I pick myself
up and get back in the race.....". I shared
that with Gary once. Hope he sees my
posts today. Lou
Hi Robin, always good to hear from you, I’m not getting alerts, etc..
I’ve decided to take a break for awhile from GIC, it’s too frustrating
I sure wish it was as user friendly as before. Just got back from
Grocery shopping, although I will be by myself Thanksgiving, decided
to do a small turkey, and healthy meal. weather forecast don’t sound good,
I always say prayer for the many on the highways traveling long distances
through the busy Holliday seasons. I want to wash you all a Blessed
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
George, Lou, Deb, Robin, Karen, Gary, others here, take care of
yourselves, will be keeping you all in my thoughts. and daily prayers.
Big hugs to you all.
Thank you, Patti! Last Thanksgiving, I
chose to be home alone. I was sad & lonely
for Linda, but Linda would've been proud
bc I baked chicken the way she taught me.This year, I'm joining Kim, who's like.
a daughter, with her 2 teenagers. Hope you
can stay in touch with SHORT posts! Lou
Hello everyone. I had a deer change my schedule for the day. but I’m OK now. Lou I’ve been thinking about you all day. You’re like a big brother to me by taking the time to explain and share so much of your grief journey. And you respond to all of us equally. The Godfather or Pack Leader is who you are. I hope you have had a decent day and a lot of good memories of Linda. I read the chapter in Jonathan‘s book “good and bad friends”. the friends that made no effort to find out what he was going through has been disturbing for me too. But when he realized that his emotions were totally out of whack is where I’ve been on a regular basis. An Emotional over load is an understatement. I’m mainly experiencing it from missing Cheryl but the rest has been dealing with the sisters. But that’s all over with them now. George I hope you have made a come back by now. Its what you do. Keep on keeping on TUGW. Gary