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Widowers life

A group for men whose wives have moved on to Heaven. 

I lost Fawn on May 9th, 2012. She was the epitome of all a man could want in a woman.  Life has not been the same since I lost her. 

Website: http://cognitivecompost.com
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Latest Activity: Oct 28, 2013

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Comment by Jeff Mazza on October 28, 2013 at 11:21am

Hi everyone.  Being busy with my blog and working 2 part time jobs, I do not get to update this group very often. It is easier to manage one central web site than to post on several different ones. My blog has recently moved from Blogger to Wordpress and has a new look.  I am also trying to be more diverse in my writing. Although I still want to share with those hurting from the loss of a spouse, I found that writing about sadness all the time was pulling me down to a lifestyle that was depressing. I hope you will visit my site, read and comment. Thanks. http://cognitivecompost.com

Comment by Davis on June 22, 2012 at 10:56pm

I am not a widower, but the fact that today we buried the father of our son-in-law pushed me to join this group. It may help me to understand what one day either my wife or I will have to deal with when one of us dies. I know that is really no way to know the pain and sense of loss that one feels, but I can only benefit from reading posts from others who are experiencing now.

Davis

 

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James Sullivan replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"I had him in a karate dojo but they didn't spar. That's why I took him out....that and the place he was going to was ridiculously overpriced."
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Brad Williams replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"hahahaha"
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"Do you wrestle with your son?  If not start wrestling with him, get him one of the small boxing bags and gloves and teach him to properly strike with his fists (most kids want to bend their wrists or hit with the side of their hand). …"
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"I always said that legs are generally much stronger than arms and if his arms are busy 'ripping clothes off' then kick him in the nuts with the heel of your foot as hard as you can (nut crusher).  He'll stop pretty damn quick…"
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"+1"
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Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
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Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
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