I'm so sorry for your loss. The death of a loved one is a stress of no other kind.
I don't know how far in your journey that you are, but I would hope that a some of your new found good behaviors on in place and it would be a shame to not rely on them.
Nothing eases stress in the long term AND in the short term as eating well. In fact many people find that while facing something such as this, that staying on plan is a HUGE comfort. At a time when everything seems out of control, the one thing that we can control is what we put (or don't put) in our mouths. Also nothing like a brisk walk to ease some of that stress.
Of course your food choices will not be the same as if you were in your home without *all of this*, and your program can't be followed to a *T*, so it's best to make the best choices that you can given the circumstances, so that you can best take care of you and be there for your family.
Sending good thoughts to you, your husband and the whole family at this sad time.
Last edited by rockinrobin; 07-16-2010 at 06:35 AM.