Will our loved ones be waiting for us?

Discussion in 'Grief in Common Updates, Questions & Answers' started by Katiebug17, Aug 13, 2019.

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Are our loved ones waiting for us in heaven

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  1. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    Do we really get to see our loved ones once our time here on earth is over?
     
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  2. Anna B

    Anna B Member

    Hi. Yes I have to believe they will be waiting for us and once we are no longer in this earth that we will be together for eternity. It’s the only thing that gets me through the day.
     
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  3. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    I really hope so ! All I want is to be with my fiance again one day
    I miss him to much
     
  4. Anna B

    Anna B Member

    I completely understand. I lost my husband 6 months ago and miss him so much. Life will never be the same for us. We need to believe they will be waiting for us when it’s our day. And the loved one they lost were waiting for them that day. Until our day comes we need to live life like it’s our last because we now know how fast it can be taken away.
     
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  5. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    My Fiance has been gone for almost 2 months now . I don't think it really gets any easier you just get stronger , finding new ways to get through the day . I mean how do you ever get over it? You don't. As you said we need to continue on for them. Life is short and we really don't know when our last day here on earth will be. I hope you find comfort knowing that your husband is in a better place and I am sure he is with you each and every day. We may not be able to see them anymore but, their spirits live on in us.
     
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  6. Anna B

    Anna B Member

    Yes. We will have them with us forever. Somehow when he had been gone for 6 months on August 4th it hit me how long it has been and I realized I’m really never going to see him again here and a different hurt happened. I think that’s when reality finally hit me.
     
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  7. cg123

    cg123 Well-Known Member

    I sincerely hope that our loved ones will be waiting for us. I have lost my parents and recently my sister and I do not have any family left. It is the loneliness that is so hard to deal with and also that there is no family to share good and bad moments with.
     
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  8. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    I'm sure that you will see all of your loved ones when your time here on earth is over with .
     
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  9. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    Well you will see him again one day ! Reality definitely hits in now that I'm getting closer to my due date that my fiance is gone. It's a bittersweet moment . I miss him every second of the day.
     
  10. Anna B

    Anna B Member

    I’m so sorry. It’s so hard and after 6 months without him I realized I can never have him back no matter how hard I cry or beg. We just have to believe they are watching over us and our kids and will be waiting for us on our day.
    You’ll go through so many emotions. Mine were from one minute to the next and still are. As time is going by I’m better at holding back the tears. I think that’s just how life is going to be from now on.
     
  11. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    Yes I think that's how grief works . It comes in waves... stupid little things set me off . Some days I'm fine other days it hits me hard . I hope you find peace and comfort in the days to come. Grief is not any easy thing anyone who says it gets easier is lying... it's not an easy thing and never will be. God Bless you and your family !
     
  12. I never thought I'd find others who felt like I do, but I have after reading about so many of you. I thought that I was losing myself with how I felt and all these emotions I'm dealing with, It hasn't gotten any better after 8 months and i feel like it's getting worse. I try to look forward to better times especially because I have kids but it's draining and I sometimes feel so alone even though I have so much family and friends around me, I don't even want to be around anyone most of the time and when i am alone I get scared when the reality of not seeing my husband again sets in. I am thankful for this site and for others that know how i feel even though there are no words to comfort or make anything change, it helps to share what we're feeling and to know I'm not alone. thank you
     
  13. Katiebug17

    Katiebug17 Member

    Grief definitely comes in waves ! I'm only two months into my journey and can say it hasn't gotten any easier! Little things trigger me... I'll be fine for days and then reality hits all over again. I'm sure you will see your husband again once your time here on earth is over. Take comfort in that and the fact that he is with you every single day even though you can no longer see him. Love is an energy... it never dies . I'm sure as you go through life he will show you signs that he is still very much around.
     
  14. Lelajot1

    Lelajot1 New Member

    Yes it does come in waves and I am entering my 4th month without my husband and have a loving family but also feel like you.
    We will always love them and they us and I do believe love is energy from our Lord and he lets our love reach them and vice versa.
    We always spoke if being old together and if this had to happen I would not want him to experience what I am.
    I know it will ease with .uch much time and pray for all those grieving to find some peace.
     
  15. Lelajot1

    Lelajot1 New Member

    Oh and yes they will be waiting for us surely. I have read many near death experiences and seen them on utube. These are those who have physically died and been revived, etc. We will be with loved ones
     
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  16. Emerginglight

    Emerginglight Member

    I’m a Christian. I believe I will see my mum and dad again. I will hang on to this belief with all my might to take me through whatever is left of my life.

    I’m in pain now. Frightened and lost. I pray to God to steady me. I can’t reveal the true depth of my anguish to anyone. Everyone has their own trouble.

    I will see my loved ones again. The Bible, God’s Word, tells us so. And I believe it.