I don't think you ever get over losing a loved one; especially a spouse. But maybe grief counseling would help. There are lots of grief support groups with people that understand what you're going through and share their thoughts and what has worked for themselves.
i am so sorry. i hope to never be in your situation, but i guess you nvr do get it over it if you really loved the person, which i can tell you do.
if its been 10 yrs, and you still feel like this, then i guess you will for a while.
did you talk to a psychiatrists?
if it was me, i dont think i can ever get over it. i heard of a couple in china that keep their passed away son in a freezer and talk to him daily, they just take him out for a lil bit, and then put him in. maybe go to her grave site, and just sit and talk, cry it out and say whats on your mind.
if it was me, i would go there everyday, and just sit and talk with her. might sound crazy, but when you really miss someone, its surprising to what lengths you go to sometimes.
I think I would join a support group, I would also try to find hobbies to take up some time, I would try and keep busy, maybe take some trips and visit family, I also would go and visit the grave site of my loved one and talk to them, my dad has been gone for 19 years and when I go visit him I tell him about his grandkids and his great grandkids, and I talk to him about things that are going on in my life, it has helped me. Also, my faith in God helps me so much, I know my dad is in heaven and that he is free from his pain and illness that took his life. I wish you happiness and peace.
I have never lost a spouse, but have lost a sister and my mother and dad. As time moves on the pain of losing someone lessens somewhat, but things could trigger special memories. That is probably why this time of the year is hard. You never get completely over it, but as time moves on it gets better. Everyone is different and all grieve differently. Just keep busy and talk to a trusted friend. Don't seclude yourself from others. Take it one day at a time. God bless you.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know its so painful. My sister lost her husband 2 years ago today. I'm not sure you actually get over it. What you need to do is be sure you learn how to live with the loss. I'm guessing that your wife would want you to go on and to be happy again.