Working Through Your Grief

In the 60’s and 70’s psychologists outlined “stages” of grief describing the typical emotions one can expect to experience based on the best-known list of stages developed by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in her book “On Death and Dying.” In it, … Read More

Does Time Help Grief?

Grief doesn’t come in nice, discrete stages – it often comes in waves and I’ve found that with the passage of time, the waves don’t last as long or reach as high. But there are still times when they come … Read More

Grief Doesn’t Have A Timeline

Here is a good article written by Joan Wickerham. Grief is a lot weirder than we think. It doesn’t follow a logical course or conform to any predictable timetable. Yet we persist in making comments about how other people are … Read More

Stages of Healing – Anger

This is a great article called ” A Necessary Stage of Healing” by Jaletta Albright Desmond who is a columnist who lives in North Carolina. “I was mad at her. Mad at God. Mad at the professionals who couldn’t read a … Read More

Widow Audio Book – Chapter One

Please listen and enjoy Chapter One of the book “The Sisterhood of Widows”– read by a Professional Reader  

Widows and Dating

How many times have you thought to yourself: I don’t want to “work” at a new relationship, I want it to be the fun part of my life.  And how many times has a nagging voice in your head chimed … Read More

Time to Grieve

I was out last night and I ended up setting beside a widow (it's amazing how many of us are out there). She has been a widow for eleven years and felt that it takes about four years to get … Read More


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