I fumbled for my phone this morning, same as I do every morning. I know it is a horrible habit – looking at my phone before…
The holidays are here and my husband isn’t. I’m going to get through it the best that I can, but I am quickly learning that I need to do it MY WAY or I will never get through it at all.
Getting through the holidays as a widowed parent can be challenging, to say the least. We can all use this list of do’s and don’t’s to help get us through.
When one door closes, another opens…unless the door can’t close because your foot is stuck. This is the monster that is “dating after becoming a widow”.
I would like to believe, but I have never been sure if “signs” from loved ones who have passed away are really possible. I sometimes think that maybe we just search for them to make ourselves feel better.
A little more than six years ago, just nine days after our second child was born, my thirty year old husband (and high school sweetheart), Kenny, was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
I have been hesitant to write about this for a very long time, but after speaking to a widow who is in the early stages of…
Sometimes life is like reading a really good book but it has a really crappy ending and you are left sitting there saying, “Seriously? That can’t be it.”
I am not a 9/11 widow, but I am a widow who was helped by one. She took her own tragedy and turned it into something good by reaching out to help me.