MY PARTNER'S DEATH

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    Edited by: Brigette - 30/08/2018 13:51

    Tetley teabags! Wow, what a brilliant, unique name. Is he a brown tea colour by any chance? like a good strong brew?   It is normal for pets to mourn as just like us they have deep attachments and emotional bonds. It's heart-warming to read that together you are both adjusting. Try to be really kind to yourself and give both of you plenty of time to grieve. There is no right or wrong way to do this but it can be important to not try to rush your period of mourning.

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    30/08/2018  17:14

    He is cream but his ears look like they have been dipped in cold tea. Sorry but sometimes I can't talk much.

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    31/08/2018  11:24

    Please dont feel that you need to talk, just know that I am here to listen if ever you want to. Beautiful picture of Tetley. Thank you for sharing.


    Brigette 

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    08/09/2018  12:38

    Hi Subaru


    I just want to let you know you are not alone. I lost my husband a year ago and miss him more than I ever realised I would.

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    10/05/2019  19:51

    Subaru016 I've just joined this forum. My husband died in March from oesophogus cancer. He was 61. We were married for 25 years and together 30. I am destroyed. I only go out to walk our doggy. I walk on a quite path away from people. My neighbours avoid me. I am alone all of the time. People visit for a while after he died ,then it is less and less. When people call they ask how I am doing, do I feel better. It's only been 2 months. People say I have to begin a new life. I don't want to. I want to continue with my old one. I don't want anything new. My husband was the love of my life. We are not sociable people. We were together all of the time. Our little family. It was perfect. I can't stop thinking about how ill he became in the end. It breaks my heart. He little face. Such a gentle and kind man. I think of things he said towards the end. He was so lovely. I stayed with him in hospice with our doggy. I can't bear my life without him. I am crying as I am writing this. My heart goes out to you because I know what you are going through. You can write to me if you would like to. I wish I could help you. I wake up at night and realise he is gone and I go out of my mind with grief. I send you my thoughts. Prudence

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