Shogan Posted July 29, 2015 Share Posted July 29, 2015 Hi. I am 42 years old and became a widow 11 days ago when my dearly loved husband of 16 years suffered a sudden and unexpected subarachnoid haemorrhage. We never got to say good-bye. He was brain-dead by the time the paramedics arrived. We have three young children and moved to a new city 6 months ago. I feel so lost, so sad, and so angry but I'm also terrified that the kids could have inherited it. In New Zealand, where we live, they don't screen for it unless at least two relatives had it. I have no family to support me as a single mum and I'm now living in fear that I could lose a child the same way I lost my wonderful husband. How do you get over the loss and the fear? I can't stop crying. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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