I’d like to believe that I’m Internet savvy, but a recent personal experience needed me to tell you that as a widow you need to beware of romance scams. From doing some research, I’ve learned that they are hitting hard and heavy, targeting widows and widowers, and it’s vital to know their tactics because these
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Category: Personal Stories
Happy Birthday to my dear dead husband. There are certain milestones that a griever has to go through on their journey. The first year is the hardest because you hit all of these milestones for the first time. Some come around in their time as the following years travel their cycle. In my opinion, the
This week’s blog post comes direct from Chantal King from Grieve Me Alone. I am honored to have her contribute her story to share to the rest of us. Everyone’s grief journey is different. Here is hers. How she uses dreams and grief together to create something wonderful for anyone who is grieving. Caution: don’t touch
There is great importance of rituals in grief during trying times. These are unprecedented times indeed, when it seems that every week there’s some calamity to shake our world. First, came the wildfires of Australia which threatened to burn the country to the ground. Then, the Corona Virus which forced the world to hide away
Not too long ago, a friend of a friend went through exactly what I went through back in 2014. The agony of being in the hospital. Keeping vigil on your loved one. Not knowing if they are brain dead or not, is torturous. How to decide to take someone off life support is a traumatic
Small but significant changes can help you out of a rut. Even subconsciously. For me, each time I make a hair colour change it heralds a huge life adjustment. This is a story of what small changes can do – and for you to keep a look out for your own sparks of movement. Share
Life goes on. Unfortunately, this means that you’re alone now. You have your other friends and family around you, but you’ve lost your touchstone. I promise you will eventually thrive. There will be times when the smallest thing pulls through a memory which twists your heart again.