Forget the old concepts of widowhood and grieving. There are better answers to a widow's questions of "what now" and "what next". Widow's Key offers today's real world solutions and step-by-step advice for before, during and after the death of a loved one. For more than 350 pages of cutting-edge and practical approaches, buy Widow's Key here…
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Tips for Friends to Help a Widow 1. Stay connected. There is already a huge gap in a widow’s world. Never assume that she needs space to grieve alone. 2. Say out loud that you are sorry for the loss … Continue reading
A Christian counselor friend says, “If you were my sister, my mother, or a dear friend and your husband had just died, here are the ten things I’d tell you to successfully navigate the waters of widowhood.” 1. Trust God. Easier said than done, I … Continue reading
Whether you think so at first, there finally comes a day when you actually feel better and when you are no longer consumed with grief. You come to terms with the fact that your loved one is gone and never … Continue reading
What is a Pilgrimage? All religions, from the rudimentary to the most expansive, have a common specific place of reference that assumes particular importance for their followers. In their eyes, this singular aura marks out a territory traveled mentally as … Continue reading
Dora Lee Eldred presents the 2011 IPPY National Award to Linda Lindholm for her book, Widow’s Key.