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    Quote Originally Posted by Hetha View Post
    I now have to write a letter to the registrar at my school, explaining in my own words why I think my husband should have a posthumous degree conferred to him. The deans & instructors all agreed by mutual decision to go ahead with conferring a degree upon him in his memory and honor.
    That is wonderful... I'm so, so sorry to hear of his passing but that is a beautiful way to honor him. It is horrible that he is no longer with you but you are so lucky to have had such a happy and loving relationship. I hope you are able to always feel that love despite the pain and grief.

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    Hello, I'm a new member as well, but I wanted to offer you my deepest sympathy.
    There really are no word, but I hope you can find some comfort from the kind people on the site.

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    Hetha, I'm so sorry to hear that your time on Earth with your husband was so short. I'm hoping that the next years of your life bring you peace. xo
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    Hetha, I am so sorry for your loss, but I'm glad you're here. I'm an admin here so if you encounter anything you need help with please don't hesitate to PM me.

    Grief is work. It will be your full-time job for a while, most likely. Please continue to give yourself the space to work through your grief as your number one priority and put making plans on hold.

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    I'm sorry for your loss.

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    If you are ever in need of any help, contact me... I am someone who really fears loss and it hits home to hear about yours. I can imagine your pain must seem nearly unbearable. Best Wishes.
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    I'm sorry for your loss.

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    Oh Hetha, that is so sad and hard. Wish I had more words. I am truly sorry.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    If this happened to me I'd be in pieces. Thankfully it hasn't. I don't ever want to know such pain.

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    I'm so sorry for your loss!

    I have been a member here for awhile but never sign in. I hope to hang around here more often.

    I have lost my father when I was in my twenties. This loss was profoundly devastating to me. We were very close. He was young. Cancer- went quickly. Shocking to all of us who loved him. I recall the first year being TORTUROUS. Simply torture. I would cry in the shower. It would seem that was a time with the "white noise" of the water spraying and being alone- memories would flood of my father and I would cry and cry into the streaming water as if it were a safe place where no one could hear me. I would also suddenly become overwhelmed with emotion when I would be driving or watching TV and see something - anything that reminded me of him. The tears would come like a faucet- out of my control.

    It slowly got better. And better. And better. Each passing year.

    I hope each and every moment, your grief is less and less of a burden on your soul.

    What a wonderful thing that you shared a loving relationship with a wonderful husband. You are left with loving memories- not negativity like many relationships have. You had something special- and no one can ever take that away.

    Take good care!!
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