John Schneider, getting ready for a “tough” Christmas after losing his wife: “Grief never goes away!”

John Schneider, who lost his wife to breast cancer, is getting ready for a “rough” Christmas.

The ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ star, 63, married producer Alicia Allain in 2019. She died earlier this year at the age of 53, and he has since said that he would find it difficult to celebrate his first Christmas without her, insisting that his sadness will “never” go away.

It’s going to be difficult, he said to Fox News Digital. Sadness is an odd emotion. Bereavement might ambush you, striking you in the back of the head. Really, you never know when it will happen. but frequently just when you’re enjoying yourself immensely. Grief seems to be saying, “No, no, no, no, no.” It’s not going to be a happy or humorous day for you. However, it’s absurd to think that grief will ever go away.

“Sorrow is an enduring emotion. It’s simply a skill we acquire through time. I’m also learning. Lesson I never wanted to learn. It was never a talent I aspired to learn. But here it is, you know. I’m trying my best, then.

Although it will be “very hard” for them, the country music singer plans to spend the holiday season with his stepdaughter and her husband Daniel Turner, trying to do what they would have done had his late wife still been here. The singer has three children from a previous relationship: Leah, 35, Chasen, 31, and 27-year-old Karis. Elly Castle was his ex-wife. Alicia had a daughter named Jessica.

In addition, he said, “We’re going to spend a lot of time together, just like we probably would have if Alicia had been present. We are going to honor her. We will miss her terribly. But it’s challenging. It is really challenging.

“We’re going to celebrate such a wonderful, wonderful life and such a force in all of our lives.”

First appeared on the BLOX Digital Content Exchange website, celebretainment.com.

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