I Don’t Want to be Sad Anymore

The CDC estimates 70% of widows will become chronically ill or DIE within 3 years of their husband’s death.

Isn’t that shocking?

I was almost that statistic.

I want to be real with you. I took care of my dying husband for ten months. I gave up my life to save his. I ignored my own health and sanity to be his caregiver.

By the time he died, I was a mess. My physician diagnosed me as pre-diabetic and hypertensive. I was on the verge of several chronic illnesses. But that wasn’t the worst part. I was so sad I wasn’t sure I wanted to be here anymore.

I hate to tell you this but grief isn’t something that you just “get over.” It’s something you learn to live with.

You will never forget him.

But your life has to be about you now. If you don’t take charge of your recovery, you risk chronic illness and death. That sounds awful but it is true.

You’re smart, hard working, and proactive.

Why become a sad statistic?

The world cannot afford to lose you and the contributions you still have to make. Let’s work through your grief together so that doesn’t happen.

Let’s talk about how the Widow’s Recovery System can help you. Schedule your call at a time that’s convenient for you. Talk to you soon!