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I feel like all of these philosophies denegrate to a base level so many things that have meaning to me, like love, personality, individualism, and spousal relationships.
It's like they're saying the most important principles won't matter to us anymore. And if they don't matter in the afterlife, why do they matter now?
Sometimes the only thing that gets me through the day is thinking that one day we'll be reunited.
Heartbroken, Howard had to walk away and is now only dating fellow divorcees.He said, “I’ll never date a widow again.” That’s just one story. It’s been a long time since I felt this way.”Another Stitch member, “Deborah,” who is both a divorcee and widow, shared with us that she has felt a gaping hole in her life for decades.For another couple who met on Stitch (she a divorcee named “Lynn” and he a widower named “Paul”) the question of whether they would be compatible because of their different losses never came up. Maybe we cry for different reasons, but having a shoulder to cry on, someone I love, it doesn’t matter about how we got there, just that we found each other now.”Paul said, “Of course I miss my wife and yes she was my soul mate. She and I have built a new life together and every day I’m grateful to Stitch for leading me to her. Such a mix of different trauma and pain led her to feel that the only way to feel right again was to find another husband.I know that in scripture it says that we will be the "bride" of Christ and we will be married to him, and that we will have stronger, more whole, and intimate relationships with everyone around us than we ever did on earth.Does anyone else really struggle with the concept of not being married to your spouse in heaven? On earth, the only love I knew for him was romantic.