Coping With Grief

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My Grief and trying to cope. (5th April 2019)

I lost my husband (Terry Skeels) to Pancreatic Cancer 3 months and 15 days ago.  It happened very quickly Terry collapsed on September 11th 2018 and passed away on the 21st December 2018. We had no time to make any… Continue Reading →

Memories

I will add stories and thoughts through out this blog, they will not always be in date order. I will write them as and when they come into my head. I will add photos along the way, i have always… Continue Reading →

This is a photo of Terry and myself

This is a photo of Terry and myself, we loved our holidays and were so happy in this photo. We were like any other normal couple plently of ups and downs, had our problems, but worked through everything together.

Traumatic Grief and PTSD (5th April 2019)

I have not discussed this with anyone but my doctor has diagnoed me with Traumatic Grief and PTSD caused by the sudden death of a loved one.  I don’t want to take medication although i have been given it but… Continue Reading →

25 Years Together 1993 to 2018

25 Years Together 1993 to 2018 – We married on my birthday 7th September 2002, we lived together for 9 years before we married. (2nd marriage for both of us)

Trying to be normal (5th April 2019)

Terry passed on the 21st December 2018 – now i had to get through Christmas and get myself into the new year.  Christmas Eve:- I had been sick every day since Terry passed and today was no differnt. I had… Continue Reading →

When i first started going out with Terry 1993

Terry came back to say Goodbye and other Visit’s

Before i tell you this story i want you to know i don’t believe in ghosts or spirits, all i can do is tell you what happened to me. Terry was at home where he wanted to be when he… Continue Reading →

A Photo of Terry

Not often you see Terry with a bottle of water, his drink was Budweiser.

Sunday 7.4.19 to Thursday 11.4.19 – Really Bad Week

Monday – 7.4.19 Today i realised that i am living 2 differnt lives. I have the life when i go to work, or i am with family and friends. Where for a few hours i feel normal and forget what… Continue Reading →

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