I’m not positive, but I think this may be where I can be helpful to others — encouraging couples to open up and be there for each other. Also to back off when their partner needs space. No one grieves the same; everyone takes different paths to get through it. If you can’t come together to realize that and make allowances for each other, you won’t get through it together.
My love for her will never die. She will always be no further than a memory away .
So there it is…. I AM NOT ALWAYS AS STRONG AS I APPEAR. ……. I WILL ALWAYS BE AS STRONG AS I NEED TO BE THOUGH.
How much happiness are we allowed or should we expect? There is not greener grass elsewhere. To get this far there had/has to be love, right? Do most marriages hit this bump after a lifetime together or has our extreme circumstances placed us here?