Not as well as he would like it to be, but I found out the best solution for anyone who is griefing. Grief is something you cannot run from. I know, I lost my husband in 2000. It is a long process that takes time, and you need that time for grief, anger, even yell at God. There is no reason or rhyme for anyones death at such an early age. It is something you learn to cope with; you will always grief for the lost of your soulmate, but in time it will be easier to deal with. But don't get despare if you have bad days, I still do at times. I have not dated since my husband died. You have friends that try and set you up with someone who they hope will help you deal with it; unless that person really is strong and understand, it is a tragic romance waiting to happen. How you deal with grief is personal and different with each person that has lost someone only you can go through and having support does help.....All I can say is hang in there and know you had the love of a beautiful/wonderful woman that most people just dream of...and two beautiful sons, in them Natasha will always live.
As everyone who has lost someone so close, he will come through this. It takes time...and inside you still hurt. He will come thru this loss.....and there will still be other losses he will face. WE ALL DO!