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SuperHBK (6 stories) (63 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-10)
Posters... Please do read the story again before you make any remark. We are in the month of December and in the story I said it happened A MONTH AGO which would be November unless I'm mistaken. Further more I said that we were MARRIED FOR 2 MONTHS when she passed away.

HBK
redphx (4 stories) (827 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-09)
DARKNESS,

Anam hasn't commented on this story. What should I watch out for?
Worried_Brit_Chick (6 stories) (108 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
that's fine Pjod, I just think it could have been put in a more tactful way, and possibly on one of the poster's other stories instead. The poster says his wife passed away a month ago, and I just think that whether it's true or not, why take the chance of majorly upsetting someone who is grieving for the sake of telling them you don't believe them? In this situation I would have thought it was better to maybe just not comment at all. Bu that's only my opinion and of course I respect everyone else's decisions.
Pjod (3 stories) (978 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-09)
Britchick,
I see what Bluesman is saying. 2 months ago, this guy posted 5 stories in a row, all through the month of october. It would have been the same time this horrible accident occured. I'm not here to say this story is not true, just that I understand what bluesman is saying, as I am thinking the same thing.
Worried_Brit_Chick (6 stories) (108 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
bluesman87, I personally don't want to believe that someone would lie about their wife dying. That's a horrible thing to say about someone. If the worst happened and I lost my partner, I would be devastated beyond reason and would certainly not think "oh, I must just tell this bunch of strangers on the internet about it right away". Did you even think about how insensitive your comment is before you posted it? What if you are wrong? This poster has lost his wife and is raising their child alone, and you accuse him of fabricating the death of the person he thought he was going to spend the rest of his life with.

There's definitely a time and a place for making skeptical remarks, but I just don't think this was the right story for it. I can only hope you haven't upset someone who is already in a fragile place. And if you have, then I hope you can feel remorse.

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Worried_Brit_Chick (6 stories) (108 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
This brought tears to my eyes. I can't put into words the depth of the sadness I feel for you and your daughter. I am so thankful that you have each other, and hope you can help each other through this difficult time. Perhaps your loving wife is trying to let you both know that she is at peace, is watching over you both, and still loves you. I am sure that if you speak to her, she will hear it. Tell her everything that you wish you could say to her, even if you feel a bit silly at first, even just speak to her in your mind. It will help you to cope with your grief and feel close to her. Always remember that she is there and can hear you, and will always be with you and your little girl until you meet with her again some day.

I have the utmost respect for you for posting this on here, thank you. Sending lots of love and good wishes to you and your family x ❤ x ❤ x
SuperHBK (6 stories) (63 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
To all the Posters... Thank you all very much for your comments. Some of the comments that have been posted is irrelevant towards the subject and the others is very thought full. I want to thank each and every one of you for the efforts that you made by reading this story.

Thanks again

HBK
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
SuperHBK: Deepest condolences to you my friend what a tragic thing to have to have to go through. Your wife will always be watching over you and your daughter with love from above.

Redphx you need to watch your alter ego sometimes I think, I know that 2 of you are 1 🤔
SuperHBK (6 stories) (63 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
vulcan... My deceased wife is the biological mother of our daughter. We had her before we got married she is now 2 years old
salormoon (1 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
im am soo sorry for the loss she loves you and is still looking out for you she must have bin a very loveley person and she still loves you very much ❤ ❤ ❤
blue_raven80 (13 stories) (338 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-09)
I am so sorry for your loss. I know that it still hurts but letting it out makes a difference. I agree with the other posters that your wife is still watching over you and your daughter. I believe that God has a purpose for everything that happens in our lives. We just have to find time to know what is it.

redphx (4 stories) (827 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
She knows that she is dead. I have never come across a ghost who didn't know they were dead. I mean really. She still thinks that she needs to take care of her family. She wasn't ready to go. I am sorry for your loss. She will more likely stay around for as long as she thinks you need her.

Vulcan10 people can have kids together and not be married until much later. They could have been together for 15 years before they got married. But that is not anyone's business.

Ok VaginaCum you are absolutely rude and inappropriate. How dare you say that to someone who lost a loved one. Humans just keep getting better everyday. (sarcasm)
cosmogal926 (9 stories) (1223 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
I am so very sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Your story is heart breaking and you are right to say that we should appreciate our loved ones more and not take them for granted. She will always be watching over you and your daughter as a loving wife and mother. God Bless you and I pray that He gives you strength.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1299 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
So sorry for your loss, I lost my aunt many years ago in similar circumstances... It is quite normal to feel scared, I felt the same way the first time I saw my father some ten years ago, I wish now, all the years later I could see him again so I could say a few things to him, as I hope you take this opportunity to talk with your wife, Its not that your scared of them, but more frighten of the unknown... I understand how you feel, Best wishes and take care.

Aussie
jzinck (4 stories) (54 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
ughh! Your story is so sad. And I don't want to bring it up but it seems like you have had a many expriences like something is out to get you. Maybe whatever it was led the cow in the road... Its breaks my heart and I just want to say god bless you and the rest of your family. I would try and make contact with your wife... Encourage her to cross over. I just pray that whatever was bothering you all in this life, is not doing it to her in her after life. Take care Prayers are with you ❤
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4931 posts) mod
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
vulcan10 - I'm very sure this story was very hard for HBK to write and submit since the loss of his wife is still so recent.

Your questions, to me, are a little out of line and have nothing to do with his story and really aren't anyone's business.
Char89 (3 stories) (14 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
This is a beautiful story thanks for sharing and my condolences ❤
vulcan10 (5 stories) (331 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
visits like yours is the most common, according to the books I've read on the matter. It's very comforting to the survivors. What I was just wondering is if your daughters biological mother is dead and if so how long was she deceased before you married your wife you speak of here. If the bio mom is alive does your daughter know it and does she have a relationship with her? I was just curious since you had been married for only two months and your daughter referred to her as "mommy". I have two step parents and have never referred to either of them in the "parental" name of my living parent. And I know many who have step parents and don't know of any who do. They always call them by their name. Just wondering.
Sporky (1 stories) (17 posts)
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9 years ago (2010-12-08)
So sorry for your loss. That was a nice story, thanks for sharing.
applerose (13 stories) (139 posts)
+2
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
I am so sorry for your lost. - I too have been widowed - my husband died 11 years ago - I have since remarried - but Geoff is always on my mind.
I have only had one experience of Geoff's presence (I knew it was him) but I have not had a visit from him in a while.
Your wife has unfinshed business - her family- she is making sure that ya'll are taking care of - embraced her presence let this be the closer you never got - she will always be with you in your heart.
Rumiton (5 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
It's not too late. Get as calm and still as you can, then speak to your wife inside yourself. Keep doing it until you feel something different; maybe your breathing will be deeper and faster, maybe a physical trembling, maybe something else. Then share your feelings with her. Hopefully she will be able to respond to you with her own feelings.
snowhite (203 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-12-08)
Sorry for what happened to your. Everyting happne in our life for a reason, we just don't know why. I know she is still there and sometimes people died of accident don't really know they are dead. Maybe you can help her to cross over and let her spirit in peace. Don't beat yourself up. Nobody is perfect in life.

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