Epic thoughts on making widowhood dating easier, or bearable, and just darn possible probably come about like many things in life: all experience. Find out in this 3-minutes 30-second read. It must be my husband Marty honestly spoiled me in the 47 years we were blessed in our marriage. Inside the life of our marriage, I felt it was typical with high points, low points, and … [Read more...] about Epic Thoughts on Making Widowhood Dating Easier
Widows and widowers can integrate facts, feelings, and faith to strengthen us in our widowhood season. This is a 3 minutes 43 second read and then please, let us hear from you. Widows and widowers can integrate the facts, feelings, and faith to strengthen us in our widowhood season. Part of my working career was as a corporate trainer and speaker. My first speaker's bureau … [Read more...] about Widows and widowers can integrate facts, feelings, and faith and strengthen ourselves
Intellectually, I could not imagine that almost four years after my husband's unexpected death that a visit to a long put off "close his bank account" could trigger the horrendous rush of feelings. Some of my worst grief triggers come up suddenly. Most of my triggers over these last years are from incredible memories triggered by a movie or a song. These kinds of flashbacks … [Read more...] about What Are Your Worst Grief Triggers ?
After my husband died, I wondered, how can I trust God day by day? Over time, I learned to trust God with my finances, and that took years. However, that realization helped me to trust God with my ability to tithe. More than that, I let go of my husband's "need" for bigger and better toys. Over the years, I trusted God with family issues. Most of us may stop talking with a … [Read more...] about Why Should I Trust God Day By Day as a Widow?