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Eventually, in 2000, he had to give up work when his speech became too slurred to talk to his clients on the phone.

We both felt that his impotence and incontinence marked the point at which my big handsome husband and I became patient and carer.

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It is up to you when your grieving process is over and become one of the thousands of , you should know that it isn’t quite the same as dating anyone else.

The situation is a delicate one, no matter how long the spouse has been deceased.

Mrs Vann eventually became a carer for her husband.

She said: 'I nursed, fed, washed and dressed him every day - and it was my privilege to do it.

I remembered well those awful early months of widowhood — living on a ceaseless tide of emotions, feeling raw, then numb, then raw again. It was as though my ‘to-do list’, which had been my guide through the dark days of Vic’s slow decline, had been whisked away with the wind.

Three years on, I was alone, purposeless and missing him desperately.

(From left) Pauline Luck, Sandra Bridgman, Yvonne Vann (centre), Betty Phillis, Cherry Broomfield.

Five of 40 Jolly Dollies from Yvonne's hometown, Western-Super-Mare, where she founded the network that now boasts groups all over the country You yearn to treasure the many memories you shared with the one person you can no longer talk to.

But one Saturday morning in 1992, when I thought we were off to Sainsbury’s to do the weekly shop, he appeared at the top of the stairs in a suit and told me to put on a nice dress.

Then he whisked me off to the Register Office for a surprise ceremony, witnessed by two of our friends.

Although by then Vic was barely recognisable as the man I’d married 15 years earlier, I still adored him.

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