I posted a message on YouTube about getting through the holidays when your grieving the loss of a loved one.
It’s one week to Christmas and I can’t think of anything I would rather do then spend the afternoon with other widows. Eating and sharing our memories: the good, the bad and the ugly. They have been widowed from 8 … Read More
I did a Google Blog Search for “widows” on December 18th. The Sisterhood of Widows blog came in # 1 and #6 on the first page out of 801,000 results. Amazing!!
It is the season for giving, so give attention to someone who needs it. Ask them about their holiday plans, New Year’s resolutions, best holiday purchase – it doesn’t matter what as long as you take the time to listen … Read More
This is a great book by Dr. Charles Lever. The premise of the book is that no matter how great the challenges in your life, you can find a way to move beyond them and grow from them. See if … Read More
As a widow do you ever find yourself saying, “Oh no, I’ll never be able to do that” – without even giving it a try? Look at your excuses and see them for the falsehoods they are. You can create … Read More
It’s the holidays and everyone is in the festive mood, but your not. It’s hard to grieve because you feel like you are dragging down the mood wherever you go. Does that sound familar to you? Where do you fit in … Read More
A lady I met this weekend sent the below message to her network of friends. I thought it was a great idea to promote the book by a grassroots movement. I’m forwarding her message on to my network and I … Read More
Remember how you bought a car and then noticed how many cars of that make and color were on the road. Christmas shopping is like that. When Donnie was alive I never noticed how many couples were out shopping. Christmas … Read More
Christmas parties give me mixed feelings. On one hand I enjoy getting out and seeing everyone, but on the other hand it makes me feel lonely for Donnie. The whole Christmas season is an up and down emotional roller coaster … Read More