When your spouse passed away, your world changes. You are in mourning—feeling grief and sorrow at the loss. You may feel numb, shocked, and fearful. You may feel guilty for being the one who is still alive.
At some point, you may even feel angry at your spouse for leaving you. All of these feelings are normal. There are no rules about how you should feel. There is no right or wrong way to mourn.
When you grieve, you can feel both physical and emotional pain.
As time passes, you may still miss your spouse.
Just like the now-viral story on Facebook that made the netizens’ heart broke into pieces.
A story shared by Nestor Flores Manglia, a good father and husband who lost his wife recently.
He discovered a note from his wife’s cellphone.
It is still password protected and he noticed that it was written last year. He captions his post by saying:
She wrote the note on her phone last December 2019. I was able to unlock it a week ago,”
This is very personal but wanted to share to all of you. She wrote the note on her phone last December 2019. I was able to unlock it a week ago.
This is the saddest and most beautiful letter/note I’ve received from you. Ayaw tumigil ng luha ko nung mabasa ko ‘to. Akala ko hindi ko mauunlock, Nay! Maraming salamat din sa lahat, someday things will get better, magiging okay din ako — kami, he began.
He ended his post saying how grateful he is for having her.
Di man tayo umabot sa “until we’re grey and old” sulit naman yung 15 years natin!
Read his full post below:
Day 19:This is very personal but wanted to share to all of you. She wrote the note on her iphone last December 2019. I…
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