Crime Stoppers’ Checklist for Widows

Widows need to be safe in their own homes. The list below was selected from a pamphlet published by MetLife’s Consumer Education Center. Do you have a dog? Barking dogs attract attention that a burglar doesn’t want. Do you leave … Read More

Courage to Love Again – Widowed

The act of love requires work and courage.  Once widowed there is a certain amount of fear when reaching out to others and loving again.  We have been hurt by the death of our loved ones and don’t want to … Read More

Law of Attraction Workshop

What Is Your Life – Positive or Negative?  “Law of Attraction” is all about having a positive life even when things aren’t going your way.      I don’t just teach about the Law of Attraction – I teach “how to … Read More

Do Widows Postpone Making Decisions?

Sometimes we widows keep putting off what needs to be done, thus causing stress and anxiety to build up.   Life is hard when we are grieving and it can be easier to postpone making a decision than to think … Read More

Can Widows Live Deliberately?

When we are grieving it’s hard to just get out of bed let alone experience life passionately and purposefully.  I know that we were created to live deliberately, not postponing joy for some time in the future, but how do … Read More

Chicks Night Out and Hospice

After Donnie died I was lost and didn’t know how to be happy or laugh again.  A few years later I started the group “Chicks Night Out” and it’s become a great social get together for all the ladies who … Read More

Memories Can Never Be Stolen

Life isn’t about “things” – “things” don’t come to your funeral. This past weekend I cleaned out the cottage so I could close it up for the winter. You would think that it would get easier but it doesn’t. It … Read More

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