Loneliness is the worst thing about being widowed. You miss having someone to talk things over with, someone to encourage you when you’re down.
Friends and family want to help, but they don’t really know what you need. In fact, people often say the dumbest things.
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.
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