Its been a while since ive been on here. I wrote a blog nearly 6months ago now about my partner who had GBM. He turned 25 on July 5th 2012 and we lost him on 15th Aug 2012.
Ive never lost anyone so close to me. Everyday i think about him, and wish that he was with us. i go about my daily routine just like normal, but hes always there in the back of my head...
Does this get any easier?
Our daughter is 4, we celebrated her 4th birthday and our first christmas with her Dad and it has been so hard. I always tell her she can talk about Daddy whenever she wants, but I have found that sometimes she uses him against me. For example, the other day she put toothpaste in her hair and told me "daddy told me to" or when she is in trouble and throwing a dummy spit at me, she turns the cards and gets sad and says she wants daddy - and to me it seems a way to stop me being cranky at her. Has anyone else got young children who are grieving?
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.