Hi all. Just wanted to say my Husband went into hospital tonight and sadly passed away about 10.00pm. I have lost my everything. X
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Oh Mavary, I just don't know what to say. I am so, so sorry to hear this sad news, I know you have had lots of very worrying times with your hubby lately but nothing prepares you for this. There are lots of people here for you my love, any time you need to chat just remember us. With lots of love and big hugs. Libby xxxx
Ohh Marvary Iam so very sorry,you must be absolutely devastated, numb and overwhelmed . Oh goodness Marvary I don't know what to say.but I'm awake if your not sleeping and want some company . Again I'm so so sorry Marvary your lovely husband no longer struggles and he will always be in your heart and mind forever. Janexx
Mavis its hard to believe that the man I saw at the Taunton IPF meet the experts meeting last November walking around with his oxygen on wheels is gone. At the time he looked quite well and seemed to be fairly mobile but what stood out to me and my daughter was your obvious love for him. You were asking the experts a lot of questions trying to find out if there was anymore you could do to fight this disease but they had no real answers did they.
I am very saddened to hear of your loss and I know my daughter will feel the same to as she has asked me to keep her updated on any posts that you sent on this forum.
Our thoughts are with you at this very hard time
Tony & daughter Sophie x
Words are not enough, but I hope you find comfort and support in the messages. This will be one of life's toughest challenges. I hope you have good friends and family around you as support is a blessing. He will be watching over you, and knowing that, live to make him PROUD. Much love to you, and you will be in my thoughts xxxxxxxx
Oh Mavis,big hugs to you,so very very sorry,for your sad loss,you were so close to each other & I know you did everything in your power to help him.It will be such a huge loss to you,my thoughts & prayers are with you& your family,
Lots of love,Wendells xxxxx
how awful . sending hugs and xxx
I am so very sorry to hear of your dear Husband's passing. One thing which shone out sweetheart is the love and care which you shared together. I wish for you the strength to get you through this most difficult time. We are all here for you - please come here at any time - there are tons of virtual hugs and support among all your friends.
I,m so sorry for your loss, nothing prepares you for this but time and being with family will help you,please stay on hear for extra support and all my love and hugs to you,XXx
So terribly sad to hear your news. My deepest condolences. My prayers kind thoughts and love TAD xxxx
Oh Mavray, so sorry to hear your news,I was in the same position as you are now back in November,The pain is actually physical and nothing anyone can do or say will ease it....for a while, just let it flow, go with it,let others take the strain of practicalities, you'll not be able to concentrate on even the smallest things like making a cup of tea never mind all the forms and the registrar etc. so make a point of telling all the 'helpers' that your head is too wooly at the moment so please to back off and give you some space,Then go and sit somewhere that you feel a little bit more 'Normal' and just wait for a sign,
NO I'M NOT BEING WEIRD..... you will get a sign that hubby is still with you, watching over every move you make, go with the flow I promise you will benefit your mind and find a little peace. I was in Germany when I had my first sign feeling very low walking thru the park wishing he was there to share it, then right in front of me very gently floated down a white feather it landed on my arm and stayed there without moving or falling off until I returned to the house then it dropped on to the mat as I opened the door , I still have that feather and a few more that have been his trademark when I need a bit of a shove, and a you CAN do this moment! (of which there are many)
As my super daughter says Baby Steps Mum, Baby Steps;.and she is so right ! you will find yourself again Mav and. we are all here for you when you need us xxxx
So sorry about your husband Mavis. I almost posted the other day to ask you how he was going. Hope you can be strong and remember his suffering is over. This IPF is terrible isn't it as there is nothing to help it which makes the sufferers and carers so frustrated. I will be thinking about you in the days to come and hoping your family are around you and giving you strength. May God be with you. Lois
Mavary your news was such a shock, after all you have been through everything over in such a short time. You must be reeling with the shock right now, there is no greater lose than your husband or a child take care of yourself as you will need a lot of strength to get through the coming sad time my heart goes out to you xx