Is Honesty the Right Policy

I have a question for you, “Is Honesty the Right Policy?”  Think about the last time someone asked you how you were doing and you replied that you were “okay”.  Lies create distance and destroys relationships – is that what … Read More

The Plague of Depression

Here you are, grief has led you steadily down the road and straight into what many widows call “the plague of depression.” This is what we consider the most difficult part of grieving.  It’s a time when we are likely … Read More

Difficult People

Before I can advise you on how to deal with difficult people, we first have to define who they are: Needy Pushy Superficial Passive-aggressive Actively aggressive Critical and judgmental Chronic complainers Stubborn and argumentative Try to maintain a spirit of … Read More


Bereavement is a period of mourning or state of intense grief.  You will soon find that family and friends may not understand your unique bereavement journey. Try to find others that are in your situation but are further along.  They … Read More

Spirit Of a Widow

I want to inspire “The Spirit of a Widow” in you so you can see yourself as a strong woman who can overcome her fears and trials. I know you can boldly face “widowhood” and can handle difficulties with courage.  … Read More

No Regrets

In the dark, long days of grief, it’s natural to spend time internally focused, looking back over our lives.  We should learn from our past, grow from our decisions, have no regrets, and come to a place of greater wisdom … Read More

Believe In Yourself

To believe in yourself is so very important, because without it, healing your broken heart will be an uphill battle. If you don’t truly believe you’re capable of healing, your chances of success are limited.  On the other hand, if … Read More

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