It's been a long few months. A battle that seems to be coming to an end. I myself feel quite sad about it, but I know my husband must feel devastated. His mom, only in her 40's is looking like she's about to leave this earth, no longer eating or drinking for the past 4 days from advanced cancer. He fought so hard, and so did she, to keep her and let her enjoy her first grandbabies, but she's tired now and ready to go. Understandably so, she's been bedridden and unable to have any quality of life. She can't really speak right now either.
It always worried me seeing him in emotional pain, and I am sad about that part about as much as seeing my MIL pass. She's always been so nice and loving, the best MIL ever. But I'm also worried about my husband and how he will take it. Death he confessed was never something he's been good with handling.
I didn't know the day would come this soon, but I always fretted in my mind how would I be able to help him cope, especially considering the deep love he has for his mom.
How are ways that I can be there for him and support him through the grief? I know I will have grief too, because she was my MIL who I dearly loved. It breaks my heart seeing him so sad.