A Widows Tale helps widowed women recover from the death of their spouse and rebuild healthy lives.
It was developed with a grant from the National Storytelling Network and now offers both the one-on-one Widow’s Recovery System and the day-long A Widows Tale retreats.
“Great teacher and researcher.” Barbara, Asheville NC
“You’ll learn useful and effective coping tools to deal with stress and grief at the retreat.” Ida-Anne, NC
A Widows Tale retreats are fully sponsored events that create a sacred community where widowed women can share their stories of loss and love and learn new strategies for recovering from grief. This full-day event typically lasts from 9:30a.m.-4:30p.m. Retreats are facilitated by A Widows Tale founder Donna Marie Todd, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® and widow.
“What I liked was not only the sharing with other widows, which is SO wonderful, but also receiving the expertise of a widow leader. I would tell other widows to GO!!” Susan
The Widows Recovery System is designed for widows who are ready to move forward in rebuilding a new life. The system includes personal support calls, audio courses, and a recovery workbook with readings and activities to release grief and explore new personal possibility. Widows interested in this powerful, personalized recovery system can explore the program with Donna Marie during a free personal support call. Click here to book your free call.
“I knew I needed someone to help me, but you have done so much in just one call! Working with another widow is just what I needed.” Denice
“Donna Marie provided pragmatic ways to survive and begin to live again. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.” Robin, Nashville TN
Click the rose below to watch Donna Marie’s TEDx talk about harnessing the power of your story.
“A new program is offering support to widowed women. A Widows Tale was founded in 2014 with a grant from the National Storytelling Network by Donna Marie Todd, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, magazine publisher, professional storyteller and widow.” Mountain Express, October 2015