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Wirefish's grief blog

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My husband of 27 years died in early September 2020 after 5.5 years of fighting stage 4 adrenal cortical carcinoma (ACC). I was his primary and often sole care giver. He died at home under hospice. I need a place to record some thoughts and maybe get feedback.

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10 am, 9 Nov 2020

I’m still occasionally vaguely suicidal. It’s not often, it’s not actionable, and I do talk to my therapist about it. I think this means I’m not past the early grief stage yet.  That’s ok. I’m not in a rush. The last 5 years have been without any kind of road map, so why should that change? This is the point when I’m grateful that I’m non-theist pagan. I think I’d die of misery if I thought that this whole thing was part of some sadistic higher power’s “great plan” for me and my h

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