Wow, widows will feel guilty over just about anything. Why do we do it to ourselves? Widows will, after much soul-searching, feel guilty about …….. and ……. It’s to our credit that we care so much about other women’s feelings … Read More
Here are seven ways to beat the loneliness we feel as widows: Make it a point to contact others regularly. Get involved – people need your help. Develop new dreams. Dreams give hope and a spark to life. Find new … Read More
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I use to be like a dog chasing it’s tail – grief, sadness, anger, loneliness, happy, confused and back to grief. I was unbalanced, like a stool without all it’s legs. The greatest thing in the world is to have … Read More
We carry heavy burdens on our souls, burdens that unless unloaded will weigh us down forever. There is nothing you and I can do about the past. It’s gone but you can do a great deal about your future. Give … Read More
Feelings of distraction, distress, or emotional chaos are natural and appropriate responses to be going through. Having these feeling doesn’t make us a basket case. We needn’t downplay these emotions, nor do we benefit from “checking out” until we are … Read More
We mustn’t allow anyone to minimize the importance of our emotions. When this happens, it’s important to stop and educate. To say “Let me tell you how it’s affecting me.” We shouldn’t permit others to trivialize our feelings, we must … Read More
As I began to take stock of my life and make new and different choices, I perceived this stage as a period of reflection and discovery that comes of being able to look both backwards and forward with a certain … Read More
God puts people in our lives on purpose so we can help them succeed and become all He created them to be. Most people will not reach their full potential without somebody else believing in them. That means you and … Read More
This article was written for the “Thinking Ahead” insert of the Telegraph Journal .