Hello my name is Linda & I need some help please, I am 47yrs old,been with my husband for 26yrs. I wasn’t able to have children because of ovarian cancer so in Dec 2004 I meet the most precious,lovable,clumsy little Golden Retriever. She stole my heart & my husband wasn’t an animal person but I talked him into letting me get her. She was 6wks old & we named her Jasmine Ann Ware but we called her Jazzy. Through the years she stole more and more of mine and my husbands heart. She was an indoor baby,only went out to walk,use the bathroom,go to the doctor or go riding with us. On June 27,2017 @4:19 PM my baby went to Heaven. My husband and I had to have her put to sleep. She had cancer and could no longer use her hind legs. This was the hardest thing that I have ever had to do. She was always right with me. She would stay in the kitchen with me when I cooked and when it was time for bed she would sleep with me or on her bed beside me. I have never felt such a loss in my whole entire life. She was my baby.best friend..companion, and protector. As it is coming up on a year of her passing I am still grieving like it was yesterday. People keep telling me that it will get easier but it hasn’t. I have hit a bad depression. I don’t want to do the things that I did when she was here. I can’t get myself motivated because I feel like the only thing that I had to live for is gone. I have never felt a love so strong as I did with my baby. Even when I’m riding in the car my thoughts always go to her. I need some advice on how I can move past this. Not forget her because I could never do that but just how I can start living my life again. This is so hard because my heart breaks every single day. I wouldn’t bring her back to the pain for anything but I would love to have just one more day with my baby. Please if there is anyone that can give me some advice please let me know what to do. Here is my email in case I I don’t have a chance to get back on this site for a few days [email protected] Thank you for any help that you can give It will truly be appreciated.