“It would be nice to be able to talk to some other dads in a similar situation.” Obviously, I can’t verify Bill’s comments about his divorce or his contention that his ex-wife is crazy.
But I commend him for seeking a support group for divorced dads.
A knowledge that another has felt as we have felt, and seen things not much otherwise than we have seen them, will continue to the end to be one of life’s choicest blessings.
~ Robert Louis Stevenson A reader writes: Today is exactly two months since my husband died.
I was thinking that I'd probably never go on another date, or get a boyfriend for that matter, and I'd certainly never have sex again.
The nurse who examined me revealed that she had herpes and said it was no big deal.
My friend said I was too much like a sister, and he couldn't continue. I worried about how that incident would affect our friendship.
Little did I know my worries would extend far beyond that concern.
No one knows the pain of loss as well as someone else who is experiencing it, too.
Provides a place to meet others who have lost their spouse, others who understand your loss. Provides support from feeling isolated and alone 3. Great way to participate in organized activities without feeling like the 3rd wheel (often those who have lost a spouse feel like the 3rd wheel with their friends that have spouses) LIFT offers groups nationwide.
you can click on this link to find one nearest you.
I knew enough about sexually transmitted diseases to know that I had herpes, but I didn't know exactly what to do.
As I sat in the college health center waiting to see a doctor, I watched my very short-lived social life drift by.
Today I attended a luncheon sponsored by a local funeral home and partner of the LIFT Program.