A reader writes: Two months ago we lost our 18-year-old son in a traffic accident just two blocks from our home. We are talking about moving because my wife can't drive by the intersection anymore and does not feel comfortable in the home. If you and your wife feel compelled to make a quick decision to move, I offer this useful rule of thumb: Make no major decisions for at least six to twelve months after this death, until you've experienced all the seasons of your emotions. Usually it is wise to avoid making hasty decisions, especially in matters of such consequence as moving.Due to the high demand, we have kept the old comments script for you guys.
I loved that Bumble was started by a woman who was sick of being bombarded with a lot of messages, and, for me, being able to reach out when I felt comfortable was a relief. I can only share with you what experience has taught me, over many years of walking with and learning from other bereaved individuals. You know yourself and your wife better than anyone, so in the end this is a decision that belongs only to the two of you, especially since you are the ones who must live with the consequences of your decision.We are truly going to miss the friends we’ve made here as well as living so close to Will’s parents but are extremely excited for this new chapter!It’s crazy to think that I’ve been blogging for seven years and have lived in as many places since starting Design Darling during my junior year at Bucknell.The second season of the American sitcom The Big Bang Theory was originally aired on CBS from September 22, 2008, to May 11, 2009, over 23 episodes.