This is a letter to a guy, who is a widow. He lost his wife most tragically. He watched her get murdered.
You know my story too. You know that my husband may or may not have killed himself. My logical brain doesn’t allow me to think he did base on how his body was found. I wasn’t there, and my biggest regret for you as a widow is that you were there when she died.
Those who have lost a loved one due to natural causes may not understand all the complexities of a loss from a murder.
Murder has its own deeper level of denial and shock. The event is unbelievable, unexpected, tragic and a crime, all at once.
You may feel anger longer and deeper than from other deaths. Find constructive ways to let your anger out. And give yourself lots of permission to be angry. A horrible injustice has been done to your loved one, family, friends and the world
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