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post #31 of 58 (permalink) Old 25-09-2019, 08:47
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Jan, I know nothing about you as I'm a member of another Forum but occasionally flick through other sites. It is pretty obvious that you have suffered a great loss by losing your husband, but if you carry on the way that you seem to be,you will make your husband proud of you
You can't do anything better than that and it will bring you peace in time and contentment

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Jan, I know nothing about you as I'm a member of another Forum but occasionally flick through other sites. It is pretty obvious that you have suffered a great loss by losing your husband, but if you carry on the way that you seem to be,you will make your husband proud of you
You can't do anything better than that and it will bring you peace in time and contentment

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Thank you Richard, unfortunately its a would have not a will.
No way is it easy.

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Actually I still think of my husband as being proud of me (in the here and now) as I tootle round the continent on my own.

I have no explanation, religious or otherwise, just a sense. And it pleases me; I find it comforting.
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It´s still hard for me to believe he is never coming home Jean. I hope being with Heike and Jürgen will help me get over that.
Today I was at the insurance office to put everything in just my name. Lutz, who has looked after all our insurances and more for many years shed a tear with me. I had to speak German, Lutz knows no English.
Next to put car and Navajo in my name.
How much more is there to do, its never ending.
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You are doing so well Jan.

Of course some things could wait but sometimes it is therapeutic to sort them out and feel the sense of satisfaction it brings.
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Yes, Jan, I dealt with probate myself but after a few months I just hit a brick wall - not that a particular thing was difficult; I just couldn't raise the energy to deal with it any more. It was another year or so before I could pick up the pieces again.

You will find your own rhythm.
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I´m running out of mental energy if you can understand that. Getting a booster tomorrow when Heike arrives
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Yes you are running out of energy Jan

Short term

It will return even if it doesn’t feel like it now

Slowly one step at a time Girl,

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Can I ask you do you need to sell your home for future finance ?

Or because you can’t imagine living there alone without Hans ?

Of course I haven’t the same anxiety ....yet

But every time albert is diagnosed with another cancer, my first thought is to sell the house

Memories which are hurtful, a house too big , I’ll be lonely in spite of being surrounded by family

But family will never be him , my soulmate as Hans is yours

And my instinct is to escape the memories, start again

And one daughter that I see rarely, as we don’t really see eye to eye with her husband , and I’m not really sure I see eye to eye with her

Tells me , mum ,that house has raised us all, it holds your memories, and it holds mine

It holds your grandkids and you can continue to live there

And I’m probably out of line again

Forgive me

I’m anxious at the moment

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