Are there Different Stages of Grieving?

Some people believe that there are different stages of grieving but it’s not that simple.  We can’t say we are in stage two and getting ready for stage three.  Grief is just not that straight forward. When a loved one … Read More

Loneliness is a Challenge

Loneliness is the greatest challenge faced by survivors.  When it comes to accepting and dealing with loss, each day presents its own challenge. A simple everyday task can trigger the loneliness of loss.  Loneliness is judged to be more difficult … Read More

Freedom Of Choice As A Widow

Freedom is having the ability to ask, “What do I want to do” as opposed to, “What needs to be done”. Instead of solely concentrating on others, we can focus on what we want, on what we find personally fulfilling.  … Read More

Article by Stephanie Chandler – A Widow’s Journey Through the First Six Months

Being a widow and knowing that you are alone is the hardest journey to take but we still have the knowledge that our husbands didn’t want to leave us. When you become a widow because your husband made that choice … Read More

Perseverance and Adversity

When we encounter adversity because of the death of a loved one, our natural inclination is to panic, surrender or retreat.  But the best thing is to just face it head-on because this not the time to be timid. For … Read More

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