The first thing you’ll notice about this site is that it’s not focused on grief and death as much as support and recovery. We offer you compassion and encouragement– seeing that you are struggling we are here to help you to stand on your own and to say “Yes” you can do it.
I’m a widow and I founded “The Sisterhood of Widows” to offer online grief support and to empower you to create a new life after the death of your loved one.
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Author and Founder of "The Sisterhood of Widows" , Certified "Law of Attraction" Facilitator
and Certified "Grief Recovery Specialist"
Latest from the Blog
Being a widow changes how we think about ourselves and how the world looks at us. It’s been years for me but sometimes I still feel like I’m half here and that if... Read More
When widows finally develop the courage to meet a problem head on, the problem disappears and with it our fears. Take the courage to make that difficult phone call, confront a person or... Read More
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I have created a new Facebook page for the women in New Brunswick, Canada that have lost a loved one. "Chick's Night Out – New Brunswick" is a closed site where widows can share... Read More
I'm studying to become an "Early Intervention Field Traumatology" and in my study material is the below article that I wanted to share in honor of the Fire Fighters at the Fort McMurray fire. ... Read More
I must confess that I never liked change. I’ve worked at the same organization for 36 years, married to the same guy and living a life of routine, right up till the day... Read More
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Most grief is anticipated with family and friends knowing in advance that death is coming. But acute grief is sudden, unannounced and leaves you shaken to the core. When your loved one dies,... Read More