According to Pew, nearly one quarter of Americans claim “none” as their religious affiliation, with nearly a third reporting that they seldom or never attend church. Historically, religious communities and faith traditions helped the grieving with structure and ritual that provided comfort, community, compassion, and a way to seek meaning in what might otherwise seem […]
Anita will be moderating a discussion about the challenging (and sometimes heartwarming) experience of parenting grieving children. She will be joined by a diverse group of widowed panel members who will share their personal parenting experiences addressing a variety of topics and answer questions related to parenting after being widowed.
Human brains think about 60,000 thoughts per day. Some are true and useful, while others are nonsensical and cause extra, unnecessary suffering during a time that is already profoundly difficult. In life after loss, our thoughts can be overwhelmingly dark and hopeless. And in contrast, our thoughts that can light the path forward. In my […]
Join speaker, bestselling author, certified health coach, and widow Marie Scott as she takes her audience through the life and health transformation possible using her 7 Steps to Healing After Loss. Marie’s humorous and heartwarming story of navigating grief and her proven method of healing the mind, body, and spirit gives the audience the roadmap […]
Writing from the heart can be an effective tool in welcoming your feelings/emotions and to reduce stress and anxiety. Your heart is meant to feel, and your lungs are meant to breathe. In this interactive mind/body session, you will let go and let flow from the heart. Each of you has a unique story to […]
There is no set time that is appropriate for sorting through your partner’s personal belongings. There is also no concrete plan for determining what you should do with them once you have sorted them! For most widowed people, the desire to begin the process of facing these physical reminders of a life lived begins with […]