K, my wife and I were high school sweethearts, married 30 yes 10 mos as of present. So, I knew and was very close to her mother, who passed March 25th at 2am.
Mother was the most genuinely happy, kind, giving, and loving lady I’ve ever known, without exception.
The question I have here, for wives who have suffered/endured the loss of their mother, while married, is, what are the best things a husband can do to comfort a wife in such a situation.
My wife and her twin sister have shattered hearts still. As stated, this happened Mar 25. MY wife is exceptionally fragile compared to her twin, and is still having trouble sleeping etc because of the grieving. I know shes strong and will get through this, as she did when her daddy passed, but, if there’s things I can do beyond that which I’m doing to help her, I would very much like to hear what they are.
That said, I do the housework, take care of meals for us, and am as supportive as I know how to be. I love my wife above all other ppl in this life, and try very diligently to show her that.
But again, I’m looking for suggestions. Maybe one who has been in her position can shed light on anything I may be missing…
Thx for input :).