Today I would like to share some tips that may help us widows get through this stressful time. Enjoy your children and grandchildren. After all that’s what the holidays are suppose to be about. 2. Don’t start party drinking, because … Read More
Widows who have a high sense of well-being, have a vibrant social network. Their number one strategy to raising their mood and combat depression is to get out with family and friends. Having said that I want you to be … Read More
Everywhere you go this season someone is asking for your donation. As a widow you have to be careful with your money. Yes, its good to give, but you don’t necessarily want to open your wallet for a charity if … Read More
If you have a friend or family member going through their first Christmas, you need to tread carefully around their emotions. If there is a get together and they hear that you invited everyone but them, they are likely to … Read More
Widows have a hard time during the holidays being social, going to parties and they often wear a mask hiding their pain. Here are a few tips to help you handle the holidays when grieving.
Traditions are more important than ever, as they provide opportunities for widows to think about their family member and renew the love they have for each other. Holidays symbolize our beliefs and they serve a useful purpose. It pushes us … Read More
The holidays are hard and it doesn’t matter how many years have gone by without our loved ones. As a widow the holidays highlight just how lonely we are and we need to acknowledge our grief. To help with Holidays … Read More
Death of a loved one that is sudden and unexpected can really mess us up. Grief is hard enough but when its sudden we may have unfinished things not yet said or done.
Here is an entry from my journal seven years ago when I was going into my fourth Christmas without Donnie. “The season isn’t filled with joy. Instead, I’m going against the whole season of joy, fun, lights, social times, … Read More
Going it alone can be tough at this time of the year. It’s crazy to pretend that everything is the same when it’s not. Here are some tips to help your children and grandchildren survive the season without their loved … Read More