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Johnny Cash's love letter to June Carter has been called the greatest love letter of all time; Johnny died 4 months after June: Do those who are deeply in love lose their will to live when their spouses die?

Johnny Cash's love letter to June Carter has been called the greatest love letter of all time; Johnny died 4 months after June: Do those who are deeply in love lose their will to live when their spouses die?
  • Often it happens

    Many spouses who are truly "soul mates" have such a connection that when one passes away, the other really doesn't want to live without his or her partner. Even with a loving extended family or grandchildren, there's not a lot else for them to cling to to want to live without their true love.

  • People do lose their will to live with a spouse dies

    I am solely believe that people do lose their will to live when their spouse dies. When you think about what is in a spousal relationship, particularly among long married couples, it doesn't surprise me one bit that a spouse what just quit wanting to live after his or her spouse had died.

  • A spouse's death does not always signal death.

    I think that in the case of some people, when your whole life is built on your significant other, their death can be devastating. When a parent loses a child it tears them apart. However, people tend to realize that even though a loved one is lost, life can still be worth living.

  • There is no scientific evidence

    Although I have heard of this happening on more than one occasion either in the news or in my own family, it's still just coincidences. I've also heard stories where people have lost their significant other and lived ten to fifteen more years. Some even get re-married. Its a sweet story to hear but there is just not any proof.


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