Are Widows and Their Money Soon Parted?

Most of us know by now that money doesn’t bring happiness but the truth is that the lack of money can bring plenty of pain. I’m not talking about money to buy a fancy car or a vacation home or … Read More

Scramble Therapy by Leil Lowndes

Leil Lowndes is the author of several books and she talks about “scramble therapy”.  It is quite simply scrambling up your life and trying different activities that you would never think of participating in. Just one weekend of each month … Read More

Do You Feel Guilty and It’s Holding You Back?

It’s normal to feel some guilt because a sense of guilt is helpful in making decisions and deterring you from doing harm to either yourself or others. The perfect balance of just enough guilt helps us to maintain a balanced … Read More

A Widows Checklist – How Are You Doing?

Please answer these questions honestly and consider how far you have come in your grief journey: • I have given myself permission to grieve when I need to. • I am expressing my grief and not burying it inside me. … Read More

A Widows Grief Process

Take a close look at the emotions listed and understand that you may feel some or all of them.  These are all normal and healthy symptoms of the grief process and should be acknowledged. Sadness – You may feel such … Read More

Part Twelve – Widows and Self-Care

This is the last part so I’m going to just highlight a couple of important points. There are many different ways to use your journal. Write your past, present and future vision. Write about your thoughts, dreams, feelings and relationships … Read More

Part Eleven – Widows and Self-Care

Our culture values thinking with our heads based on our experiences, knowledge and education. But to honor our self-care we have to get in touch with our feelings. Maybe the most sensible way of doing things is not in your … Read More

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