I have it on the market and now it has an offer and I’m getting nervous. I guess change is like that, it makes you nervous and yet excited at the same time. I certainly don’t need both a house … Read More
Everyone has a clean slate with new goals for health, finance and personal relationships. With the loss of a loved one we have already been forced into a new start. It wasn’t planned or wanted but here it is. We … Read More
I sat down and thought about the struggles I had and what did I learn from them? What did I learn about myself? What difference did I make in 2010? All of what I’ve gone through has made me what … Read More
I was on a live talk show with Tom Young this afternoon. The radio talk show was heard on News 95.7 Halifax, News 88.9 Saint John and News 91.9 Moncton. Tom asked some very insightful questions and spoke about the … Read More
I thought the holidays were hard but nothing highlights loneliness more then New Years Eve without your husband. This is one night that I still have not figured out a way to avoid. Everything about it shouts out “couples” and … Read More
It seems that it builds up for weeks and its over in a day. It’s all quite exhausting, both emotionally and physically. I can see why more and more people choose to go away on vacation. But if your not … Read More
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