I mean really “home” not just a place that provides a beautiful roof over your head, and a comfortable bed to sleep in. It’s a big and important question. The answer sets the course for everything that follows. Your home … Read More
Everyone keeps saying that you will feel better in time, but grief isn’t measured by how much time has passed.
I know it’s hard to find your place in this world after you’ve lost a loved one. Grief makes us unbalanced and unsure of ourselves. You need to embrace “You”, with all the attitudes, intensities and characteristics that make you … Read More
Mary talks about the 5 Stages of Grief in Elizabeth Kubler-Ross book “On Death and Dying” and how these stages were meant for the person who is dying and not for the loved ones left behind.
What if you stopped trying to fix yourself and just let your deepest self emerge? Decide what you want to change, than draw a time line to get it done. Break down the process into steps that will allow you … Read More
Widows often feel overwhelmed and postpone making decisions.
Thank you for stopping by to share your journey with us. As widows we want to encourage each other. We understand the pain of grief and are here for you. Always be respectful of each other’s point of view, as … Read More
Today I want to talk about some of the things you need to watch out for as a widow. You’re grieving hard this first year and you will be facing some major changes to your life style.
Whose big idea was it to fix up all our widow problems, mend our hearts and start fresh in January? And who invented New Year’s resolutions any how? It’s no wonder that most New Year’s resolutions fail. But I’m not … Read More
New Year Eve is really hard when your grieving and a widow. Everything about the holidays is hard and then at the end you are faced with the “couple” night of the year.