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And in that time, how many times have I eaten gluten? So I thought that maybe something else is going on…it can’t just be the celiac making me feel this crappy.
Multiple doctor visits and test after test came up empty. But if I’m completely gluten-free, why am I still suffering??
I think it might be useful to you to read about grief in our Grief topic center , as what you are experiencing is a form of grief.
Please know that though this is very painful, people do survive it, and you can too.
It is much easier to let someone go when you’ve had some anticipatory time before the loss event to know that the loss is coming and to engage in some anticipatory grief.
In terms of what you should do, the advice I have to give is simple but hard to follow.
Then in late September, my good friend Inspired Rd said she was doing something called the Whole30.
The kind of grief associated with this loss is similar (certainly not the same) to the kind of grief that someone who was suddenly and unexpectedly widowed might experience. It seems he’s gone back to his ex wife although he denies that as being the reason he left. Claims to have gone through his own emotional disbelief & heartache since he too never thought he’d ever be gone.I was SO committed to this man & our relationship (a 2nd marriage for both of us). I have done everything I could to try to get my husband to rejoin me in counseling, attend a marriage retreat (he took his ex wife on a family vacation that week instead), listen to me profess how much value I held & how there was nothing I wouldn’t do to save us. I am still hanging on, still hoping, still praying, despite how much more ill I become each day.I just know the pain many celiacs continue to suffer through and I am trying to help the community in any way possible.