“If it’s guilt, do I quietly wait for him to make the next move and go on with my life? You already gave him a year and a half of your life.Save the lobster dinner for someone who will appreciate it.
We're friends, not doctors, financial or legal professionals, and we're not "grief experts." But we are here, and we've been "there." My wife died when she was 34 last December.
She was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma 3 months after we were married.
Clearly they didn't know my wife, she would've kicked my ass and posted on facebook if I did anything bad to her. So I guess I'm not really losing anything special, but it sucks to have nothing left from my realtionship with my wife on earth.
I have our memories, and I'm a better person because of her.
I honestly, and I know this sounds bad, hope they are suffering with guilt for never being there for my wife when she was alive.