Can you imagine yourself on a date? Do you even want to start dating again? What will your family and friends say when you decide to start dating again? Does it matter? What happens if you start dating and it doesn’t work out? What are your best hopes and worst fears about falling in love again? […]
Greg is a retired Air Force Colonel, having served for 23 years in the military as an intelligence officer in various assignments, mostly overseas. Since 2002 Greg has served in a variety of senior executive officer positions for defense contracting companies. Greg opened Rhino’s Sports and Spirits in 2007, fulfilling a lifelong dream of owning a sports bar. Greg lost his wife Patricia to breast cancer in 2003, after a courageous two and a half year battle with the disease. Through a mutual friend, Greg was introduced to Nancy Saltzman, a two time breast cancer survivor, and they married in August 2014. Greg spends his free time golfing and hiking in the mountains. He has a son, Jordan, that is a senior at Elon University, North Carolina. Greg and Nancy live Colorado Springs, CO, with their two dogs.
This workshop is focused on the needs of our widowers, and offered just for the men at camp. We will explore a variety of topics relating to being male and widowed.
When you love your deceased spouse or partner so much, how is it possible to love someone else? How do avoid comparing one person to another in a new relationship? I have a new person and I find myself pushing them away, is that normal?
This workshop is focused on the needs of our widowers, and offered just for the men at camp. We will explore a variety of topics relating to being male and widowed. What are the challenges widowers face that are unique to the men in our group?