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RIP: ” Little did I know was that she’s no more”. This picture made people cry

Death is so painful. You will feel how intensely painful it is after it takes someone you loved wholeheartedly. When your spouse dies, your world changes. You are in mourning – feeling grief and sorrow at the loss. You may feel numb, shocked, and fearful. You may feel guilty for being the one who is still alive. At some point, you may even feel angry at your spouse for leaving you. All of these feelings are normal. There are no rules about how you should feel. There is no right or wrong way to mourn.

In addition to dealing with feelings of loss, you also may need to put your own life back together. This can be hard work. Some people feel better sooner than they expect. Others may take longer.

Ndiviwe Mphothulo posted a photo of his family on Twitter and captioned it “First Mother’s Day without you my love. We miss you” and made people on social media emotional. One of the tweeps tweeted “beautiful family”. She did not even know that the wife was no more until she read the caption.

According to Ndiviwe’s tweet on Sunday was the first Mother’s Day without his wife. It is not clear when she did pass away and what was the cause of her death, but all we know is that she is no more.

Few life events are as painful as the death of your husband, wife or partner. You may be uncertain how you will survive this overwhelming loss. You may even question if you have the energy or desire to try. Healing starts when you can share your grief with others. Allow yourself to talk about the death, your feelings of loss and loneliness and the special things you miss about your partner.

What to do immediately after someone dies :

• Get a legal pronouncement of death. …

• Tell friends and family. …

• Find out about existing funeral and burial plans. …

• Make funeral, burial or cremation arrangements. …

• Secure the property. …

• Provide care for pets. …

• Forward mail. …

• Notify your family member’s employer.