Yes, you’re a widow but you don’t have to do this alone.
You don’t want widowhood to define your life. How do I know? Because you wouldn’t have found me otherwise.
Maybe you’ve been to counselors and support groups. Maybe you’ve read books about grief. But none of them have helped you design a new life.
You want your joy back. You want fulfillment. You might even want love.
I was there too. I’m a widow and a mother. I’m a decent cook, a lousy swimmer, a professional storyteller, and a dog mom. I like challenges. I’m proactive, a go-getter type.
But, I have to tell you in all honesty, recovering from my husband’s death and rebuilding my life while I got our son through high school was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I repeat: it was the hardest thing ever. But I did it. And you can too.
You’re ready to move forward and I want you to have the support and encouragement you need to rebuild your future.
The Widow’s Recovery System was five years in the making, I spent countless hours researching and gathering resources to make your recovery successful and enjoyable.
I am a certified Grief Recovery Specialist® and a widow. I know what it takes and I want to support you.
To find out about our supportive programs and book your complementary call, please click here.