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  • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

    StephenS. Good to hear from you again. I admire your flexibility in being able to move on, but I am only approaching he 5 year mark. I am still stuck in the Gwen Flowers mode, and I know I have shared her thoughts with you before:  "I had my own notion of grief.  I thought it was the sad time  That followed the death of someone you love.  And you had to push through it  To get to the ot...

    April 16 at 4:13 PM view post
    • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

      I have found the Loss of Spouse forum helpful.https://www.facebook.com/groups/LegacyLossOfASpouse/

      April 16 at 1:18 PM view post
      • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

        StephenS,Missed hearing from you this year. Your posts are always so inspirational.

        March 04 at 2:13 PM view post
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          Tought luck Denver. My experience with God over the past 70 years has been outstandlngly awesome! He has been with me every step of the way.Your intense hatred of God, and everyone who believes and trusts Him is so transparent. The only one who harbors this much hatred towared our God, can only be a demonic servant of Satan, the destroyer. Ultimately, I figure that you are nothing more than a demon from the very pit ...

          February 05 at 5:55 AM view post
          • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

            That is wonderful news Joy!!

            October 09 at 11:58 AM view post
            • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

              eternalife >> "Like Steven... we can find love again.. just let your light shine." I am now in the 4th year. When you say, "we can find love 'again'", I have never 'lost' love! I have enjoyed wonderful God-given life filled with love, and that has not changed. The committment I made to my God-given bride over 50 years ago has never changed. There was no termination or exiry clause in our vows. I am convinced ...

              June 21 at 6:06 AM view post
              • StanToronto has commented on a news story

                It's a quantity vs quality of life consideration.One of the highlights of my day is a big fat juicy steak carbonized on the BBQ. And at 77 years of age, I intend to continue doing that until confined to a long term care facitity, and y'aii know what the menu is like there! <giggle>  

                June 20 at 4:36 PM view news story
                • StanToronto has replied to a post on the message board

                  eternalife, it is always so wonderful to hear from you again. While Stephen has chosen to travel a different path to ours, there certainly is certainly nothing inappropirate or immoral about his choice. I am just approaching my 4th year, and life is hell!! And that's the way I expect it to be until I expire.  I remember the day I asked "Will you marry me?" And the day I said "I do." And then there was the d...

                  May 27 at 9:05 PM view post
                  • StanToronto has commented on a news story

                    Reflecting back upon our last year with my wife with pancreatic cancer, I wonder it was the right choice.She could "live" 10 months, and accurate prognosis; but I question the definition of "live". While she "survived" those ten months, she did not "live" those ten months, she merely survived that long. Wed - Go to the hospital for lab tests, in preparation for properly mixing the chemo.Thur - All day at the can...

                    April 18, 2019 view news story
                    • StanToronto has commented on a news story

                      That advice may be valid for the general population, but may be poor advice for those who hang out on a cancer forum.In my own experience, as an old guy who has lost a spouse. the thought of eating made me gag, which resulted in losing 70 lbs and ending up in the hospital for a couple months to teat malnutriton. When I left the hospital, I was assigned a multivitamin, and B100 complex to start my day. From there on, ...

                      April 18, 2019 view news story
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                      About stantoronto

                      Caregiver
                      Pancreatic Cancer

                      Age 76: Caretaker for my wife of 50 years.

                      Dx pancreatic Cancer Aug 2014.

                      Caretaker no longer needed Jun 2015. :-(

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