Take care of the one he/she loved: A Widow’s cautionary tale of the impact of grief on health: AKA: Strokes suck. By Louise McOrmond-Plummer In March 2019, my son was concerned that the left side of my face had drooped, and drove me to hospital, where CT scans revealed that I’d had an ischemic stroke.
Widowhood Broken, shattered, pieces of our lives lie. When you unexpectedly was called to die. Where do I get the strength? Where do I get the will to put together what has left me a Widow. All alone So Lonely I’m in a class of Widowhood. Words, expressions, sentiments contain only a fragment of my
It is so amazing as I look around to see, everything glittering but yet I feel empty. Today was the day we said I do. .Who would have thought? Who would have knew. That you would leave me with a empty space in my heart, being when I first laid eyes on you. It was
That Last Day by Leah Cumberworth It’s been over a year since Jim died. But I still can’t “get over” that last day. I am almost obsessed with that day, going over and over the events, and feeling my heart break over and over again. For about five years, we had been dealing
by Louise McOrmond-Plummer The crie de coeur of most people when a loved one dies, seems to be “How do I live without him/her”? There’s no doubting that this is one of the most daunting aspects of grief and loss. People are being asked to do what may have been completely unimaginable to them. Certainly it felt