Emotions come from the subconscious mind--something over which we have little control. But the pain of death can be controlled to some extent if you allow another person to reprogram your subconscious. It works best by voice programming, in person or recorded. One just has to say the right thing and the depression from that particular incident targeted lifts at once. The effect may wear off, in which case you have to hear the message again--perhaps several times, spaced days, weeks or months apart. No matter, it's better than being drugged.
The subconscious responds to commands (usually), and the success rate with this particular therapy is quite high.
You must realize that there are constant reminders of your husband around the house. Some therapist recommend moving to another home and getting rid of most things that remind you of him. I believe the therapy I am about to provide will make it easier to adjust without going to that bother and expense.
Another thing to consider is that your husband loved you (and your kids) and wouldn't want to have you suffer over his death. He would want you to go on with your life and be a happy, healthy person. If there are children, that's best for them too. You should try to spend time with friends. Isolating yourself in your mourning is about the worst thing you can do.
A chapter in your life is now closed. Time to get on with living, for your sake and the sake of those you love.
You can play the message now. I know it works on Internet Explorer. It uses a Macromedia flash player, free if you don't have it. I believe you have a choice of playing it once and not storing it, or storing it on your hard disk for later replay. Give it a couple of minutes to load if you are on dial-up. If it cuts off, wait and play it again. It wasn't fully loaded. You will want to play the message several times over a few days if the death is recent.. The author of this page is not a state or medically-licensed professional.
Message to disconnect you
emotionally from upsets involving your husband's death.