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

Part Nine – Widows and Self-Care

For some a spiritual life is a religious role within a church community and for others it is a sense of peace that comes from spending time in nature, meditation or different spiritual practices. “Spiritual well-being” means different things to … Read More

Part Eight – Widows and Self-Care

Most widows struggle to experience even a little fun and adventure in their lives.  Fun is a necessary part of self-care and has a positive impact on your health and well-being. Building fun into your life on a regular basis … Read More

Part Seven – Widows and Self-Care

You need to share your life with people who care about you because relationships are an important part of your self-care.  They shape who you are and add meaning to your life. We all need to belong, be part of … Read More

Part Six – Widows and Self-Care

It’s easy not to pay attention to our emotional and physical health when we are grieving until there is a problem and then it’s too late. We need to take care of ourselves because consistent stress will make us sick.  … Read More

Part Three – Widows and Self-Care

The very first thing I want you to do is get yourself a journal or notebook. Make sure that you love its size, color and design so that you will feel comfortable putting your most precious thoughts in it. Pick … Read More

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