Funeral for Lisa Corduff husband, Nick Corduff holds tomorrow, weeks after his death while holidaying in India.
Lisa and her family will be laying their beloved husband husband, father, son, uncle’s remains to rest and in a post on Facebook today, Lisa shared how difficult the experience is for her.
Lisa wrote on Facebook:
I don’t know how to do tomorrow.
I literally have no idea how to get up and go to the funeral of my partner of sixteen years – the father of my kids.
How do you even do that??
On World Mental Health Day my hearts breaks for the people who feel like this a lot of the time.
Good people. Exceptional people. Magical people.
Mental illness does not discriminate and it is not weakness.
In fact – if you deal with mental health issues I salute you as a WARRIOR!
Please feel seen and know you are not alone.
You are NOT alone!
You are loved beyond your wildest comprehension and you are not your mental illness.
Lisa Corduff husband funeral, obituary: Nick Corduff death – what happened?
Lisa and Nick Corduff were partners for 16 years before their marriage ended in 2019, months before Nick’s death.
Despite the love they have for each other, they chose to separate. Lisa said it was a painful but necessary decision for both of them.
Lisa had announced Nick Corduff’s death in a post on social media a week after he died. The post read:
I knew I’d be in Bali with my kids for my 40th. But I didn’t know we’d all be grieving.
For all the things I’m grateful for in the last 40 years, nothing has impacted my life more than loving and being loved by Nick.
Any strength you see in me, any resilience, or any depth – most likely all forged because I was lucky enough to love him in this lifetime.
A week ago we learned of his passing while holidaying in India.
I’ve been grieving the loss of our marriage this year, but nothing could have prepared me for grieving the finality of his death.
He was and will always remain in our hearts an extraordinary human.
There are no words for the sadness I feel that the kids will grow up without him in their lives. It’s just… beyond.
My understanding of death is holding me in good stead and I accept the waves of grief. But navigating the kids is a whole new ball game. Lucky we have extraordinary support.
He has been so present in this business – he was my biggest cheerleader. He appeared in programs, countless social posts, Facebook lives, podcast episodes. If you’ve been here a while, it was to know Nick too.
He grew me.
We loved hard.
And I will miss him.
I cannot respond to messages at this time. I’m busy turning 40 in Bali and enjoying the company of his greatest legacies as we experience the coexistence of grief and joy ❤️
May Nick’s soul rest in perfect peace.