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  1. I lost my husband who was a firefighter in 2020. It was very sudden and the grieving did not happen right away. It took a while for it to hit me. I feel so alone now this year we would have been married 50 years and I miss him more and more each day. I can’t cry anymore, I need support from people that have gone thru the same thing that I have. I was told that if I ever needed anything to call his fire dept friends but I have found that they have all got more to do than help me. Please help me.

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