Leslie Streeter is an author, a journalist, a mom, and a widow. Her unique perspective on grief, love and healing will be shared from the Camp Widow keynote stage with honesty and humor.
Widowed Support People
When a person you love is grieving witnessing their ongoing pain can be heartbreaking. Not knowing when the shadow of grief will lift or what event/sensory experience/person, place or thing may cause a grief wave to knock your loved one down is confusing and can make providing meaningful support challenging. In this workshop we will […]
When your partner is widowed there are some nuances associated with your relationship that are unique and rarely discussed. From anniversaries of death dates and prior weddings to anxiety and intense concern for your welfare to photos, mementoes and the ghost of comparison this workshop will explore common challenges experienced by the new partners of […]
There are many suggestions passed around on social media regarding what you should not say to someone who is grieving. Phrases like “She is in a better place.” or “You will find another partner.” though well-meant can cause additional pain to widowed people and create divides between friends and family members. In this workshop we […]