Last Updated on September 23, 2023, 8:57 am
Tiktok content creator Madeline Roth, known as Maddie Roth’s fiancé Wells, passed away unexpectedly. Madeline shared a video on TikTok where she announced to the world sobbingly that her fiancé passed away on Tuesday, September 19, 2023.
The heartbroken bride-to-be could not contain her tears when she broke the news. The circumstances that led to his untimely demise are not known to the public at the moment.
Wells kept a life a private affair. He appeared in some of Madeline’s videos. He had proposed to Madeline on May 14, 2023. Excited for the wedding, Madeline was preparing for her nuptials. She posted a video of her trying on a wedding dress on August 22, 2023.
However, she did not reveal the wedding dress she bought; she shared the dresses she tried on. She looked gorgeous in every one of them. Gleaming in the white, she was reveling in the wedding spirit. Unbeknownst to her that death was lurking just around the corner, clenching her fiancé into its grim grasp, it stole her husband-to-be well before his time.
Grieve-stricken Madeline turned to the Internet for support. She shared the news of her fiancé’s untimely demise as she struggled to utter words with a choking voice. She shared with the world about how she felt. She was sitting in his office with all his stuff, and she could still smell him, but for some reason, she could not feel him. She shared with the world that she feels she can not survive this, as she has never felt anything like this.
According to Psychologists, the first stage of grief is confusion, denial, and disbelief. The grief strikes harder in the first few weeks after losing a loved one. And it takes at least two years for a person to heal from the loss of a loved one.
The social media community offered Solace
The Social media community offered condolences and overwhelming support. One user, Jordan, described it best as to what she is going through. She shared her grief counselor’s advice when she was going through something similar. She wrote,
“My therapist said it takes two years for the worst kind of loss to ease up. If grief is the song, the volume turns down, but it’s the same song. 20mos in, it’s true.
Others who have gone through similar experiences shared their views and how they survived their loss. The social media world offered great insights, comforted and offered to speak to her whenever needed.
“When I lost someone I loved, the best advice I got was: “Remember to live a life worth telling them about when you see them again, someday.”
“put some shirts that he’s worn recently in a few big Ziploc bags and put them away, and if you need them months from now, they will smell the same.”
“YOU WILL SURVIVE. You will be a different person on the other side of this immediate agony. You’re doing the right thing reaching out.”
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