I know you are thinking that there is nothing “joyful” about your life as a widow, but here are some simple tips for joyful energy that you can do even while grieving. Become a list keeper. There is something calming … Read More
The one thing widows don’t understand after the death of their husbands is that widows deserve happy lives. Few widows believe they deserve all the best of life as they move forward on their own. It took me a while … Read More
The internet is a great way to connect with other widows, but it is also an unsafe place where widows are often targeted for donations, memberships and product sales. While searching for that perfect Zoom group there were several key … Read More
We widows are urged to look for the quick fix rather than to look inside ourselves. We end up seeing only our limitations, instead of our possibilities. The truth is there is no quick fix when grieving. I have no … Read More
Widows facing their feelings allows them to concentrate on reality rather than fear and helps them choose the right action steps. How do you understand and control your feelings? The best method I know is to begin writing in a … Read More
You are a new widow and your home is no longer for a couple – it is now sadly a home for just you. One of our biggest mistakes is to sell when grieving.
As a widow, do you want their attention? Your loved one has died. For some the support quickly leaves, but for others they get constant questions about how they are doing or what their plans are. It’s not helpful and … Read More
Most widows search, adjust and search some more for the right balance … until one day, it finally appears out of the fog of their grief. Sadly there are no shortcuts for widows that are grieving. In other words, there … Read More
If a widow wants to balance her life, she needs to focus not just on her physical state, but also her mental state. A widow needs to have a sense of control.