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'I felt pride she was my wife.'A month after Michelle died, John started Better Not Bitter Widower.
He says writing has helped him connect with other widowers who have helped him through the grieving process.
'The blogging, and the writing, and being a part of the widow community, has saved me,' he told PEOPLE.
'As I write, it heals me, but when I read the comments from people, it is more healing knowing that it is helping them.
That's when the couple planned to have a larger, second wedding in February 2016.
Michelle didn't want John to see her in the dress until the day of their second wedding, and he still hadn't seen her wear it by the time she was bedridden.
They dated for a year and then broke up, only to be reunited eight years later and began dating again.
Thank you all very much.'In a posting before her death, the Russian air force major's daughter wrote about her British husband: 'Thanks to him for a fairy tale in my life.'Earlier in another posting, she said: 'Thank you for amazing holidays my crazy Cheyney family! You are simply the best.'William went to Russia 14 years ago to study Russian at one of Moscow's most prestigious universities.
Later, he went to work for his Norfolk-based father's company in the Voronezh region of central Russia.'My father has been in the agricultural business with Russia since the 1990s.
A British man has won the hearts of Russians for his soul-stirring account of his love for his beautiful dying wife, and their extraordinary romantic 'fairytale' adventures together as she was gradually killed by cancer.
For Will Cheyney, 35, from Norfolk, it had been love at first sight when he met Katya (Ekaterina) Rusyaeva while posted to his father's agriculture business in the former Soviet Union.
The next day he wrote: 'Yesterday I lost the most important person in my life.'After 5 years battling cancer, my wife didn't wake from her final sleep.'I've never known a kinder, more sincere, gentler and more beautiful human being than her.'She treated everyone like you would your closest friend and anyone who met her for even just two minutes would never forget her.'I felt so honoured and humbled to be her husband.'She was so brave in the face of such pain and suffering.