Relationships with the parents and family of our loved ones come in all shapes and sizes. Family dynamics which were once complicated can become clearer as you all grieve the death of a central person in your lives…
Newly Widowed: Help for the First Year of Widowhood
Upon becoming widowed, I couldn’t tell if I was still married or single. My married friends and family members would speak of my wife, almost as if she was just not in the room with us.
With grief, “the only way out is through”, and for me, the only way through is with humor.
Widowed people have something in common with goldfish…there are always folks staring into the fishbowl! No matter how far along the road of widowhood you may have traveled, there is no doubt you’ve experienced the potholes created by other people’s opinions. In the early stages of grief, we tend to expand our boundaries and allow […]
If there’s one thing all widowed people probably have in common, it’s the chorus of opinions from friends, family, co-workers, and sometimes complete strangers on their grieving timeline – mostly that they’re not over it fast enough, and can’t you smile already, and stop ruining Christmas for the kids! THINK OF THE KIDS! Since cursing […]
Join us for an informational, inspirational and interactive workshop focused on the A to Zs of widowed parenting. Using framework from the award-winning guidebook, A to Z Healing Toolbox, attendees will receive positive and practical tips, tricks, tools & resources for raising healthy children (from toddler to teen) suddenly solo. In this session, you will: […]