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Does Anyone Else Have This Grief This Loss, Hving Not Had A Husband Or Anyong And No Children?

Does Anyone Else Have This Grief This Loss, Hving Not Had A Husband Or Anyong And No Children?

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

@A MyFibroTeam Member Well honey , i have had a husband two of them and believe me they are not all that .As far as Children i have 6 and thirteen grand kids and please believe me they are Grandmas little Angels until they get a certain age , and guess what i am still oh so lonely ,oh so very lonely ! So what i guess i am saying even with all that does not mean your life would be all rainbows and pony's ! Just remember you always have all of us ! Smooches Pooches

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

HI Evelyn,
I do take care of myself. I get massages, go out to lunch with friends, do guided meditations that help relax me and on a really bad day, I stay in bed and rest, watch tv, read, etc.

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I couldn't have children and it is the biggest regret of my life. I was inbetween husbands for 13 years. I was someone who always had to be busy and be with people or I felt like a failure. Therapy helped me but I went back to college to get my degree in Early Childhood Education and ran a private kindergarten and nursery school and day care center for 9 years. During the last few years, I was always sick, come to find out I didn't carry any antibodies to fight childhood viruses. My doctor gave me the vaccine that was supposed to last for 10 years. It didn't even last a year for me. In the end, I had to quit. It was devestating to me because those 105 kids were my life. I couldn't imagine why God would punish me like that. I've always felt like my life is about learning and to learn, you have to go through adversity. It was hard for my second husband and I to find friends because most people had kids and their friends revolved around the activities their kids were in. We've just come to accept our situation and I try helping others during the holidays as much as possible so that helps. But, its a heavy burden to carry. I hope you can find some way to fill yourself up with positives. Maybe volunteering with kids would help you.

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

@A MyFibroTeam Member thank you for sharing ive looked after others children and it means everything to me. As i het better im going to try baby sitting again and also maybe voluntering i’d love that. Ive added you to i hope thats ok🦋

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes, I feel that grief. It was so hard and still is hard for me. I got depressed by going to church and seeing families together. I became so withdrawn to the point where I avoided going to church. Coming home to an empty apartment triggers it too. I do understand how you feel. Hugs.

edited, originally posted over 1 year ago
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