10 Best UK Widow Blogs and Websites

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UK Widow Blogs

Here are 10 Best UK Widow Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. Care for the Family Blog

Care for the Family Blog Newport, Wales, UK
Since 1988, Care for the Family seeks to strengthen family life and help those who face family difficulties. Our aim is to be accessible to every family whatever their circumstances and to create resources and support that are preventative, evidence-based, and easy to apply.
30.6K 10.1K 5 posts / month Get Email Contact More

2. Steph Nimmo

Steph Nimmo London, England, UK
This is the story of my family, and how we are learning to thrive and not just survive when life didn't go quite as we planned. I'm Steph, a suburban mother, sometime Marketing Director, now family plate spinner, journalist, carer, nurse, spokesperson, campaigner, and marathon runner (actual as well as metaphorical). My life was never going to be predictable but as Andy always said, it is what it is, it's how you respond which makes the difference.
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4.2K 2 posts / year Get Email Contact More

3. The Widows Empowerment Trust

The Widows Empowerment Trust Manchester, England, UK
The Widows Empowerment Trust was founded in January 2017 out of empathy for widows and widowers. The Trust was formed with the goal of empowering widows, promoting social inclusion, supporting them through grief, and fighting isolation. We are guided by a firm belief that our love and empathy can connect us all together despite age, religion, sexual orientation, race, or culture. As an NGO and non-profit organization, The Widows Empowerment Trust is open to people of all faiths, social backgrounds, and abilities. We promote social inclusion, diversity, and acceptance.
2.1K 545 23 posts / year Get Email Contact More

4. The Next Right Things

The Next Right Things 'Take a step, step again, it is all that I can to do the next right thing'. I love to write. I have always loved to write. And I still love to write. So that's why I'm here. My writing won't make sense of anything, but it might help me by writing it, and it might help someone else who reads it.
1 post / week Get Email Contact More

5. Rachel E Moss

Rachel E Moss Northampton, England, UK
Dr. Rachel E. Moss is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Northampton. A specialist in late medieval English history and literature, she researched and wrote on family, gender, sexuality, gentry and mercantile societies, and literary culture. Passionately invested in making the past accessible to all and the academy more inclusive, Rachel regularly writes for mainstream publications such as History Today and The Times Higher Education on themes including education, academic culture and late medieval history.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More

6. Still Making Lemonade

Still Making Lemonade Follow the Robinson family blog as they figure out life after loss, sharing reviews, updates and show that when life gives you lemons, you can still make lemonade!
749 10 posts / month Get Email Contact More

7. This Be Grief

This Be Grief when your world falls apart out of the blue.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More

8. Widow All At Sea

Widow All At Sea UK
A thirty-something widow writing her way over, under, around, and through grief from her window by the sea. Even in the earliest days of my earth-shattering loss, I had ideas of things I wanted to get down on paper (well, screen). Advice for future widows. The particular agonies of losing your loved one in the digital age. The uncanny ways in which life seemed to have prepared me for this most unexpected and unwanted of losses.
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9. Widow from the Island

Widow from the Island My name is Erica, and I am a mum to two children Luca and Lottie aged 7 and 4. I am also a widow, at the young age of 41. I have never thought that I would write a blog, I felt I had nothing interesting to write about until my husband Julien died from leukemia (AML) in November 2020. The blog will hopefully help me and others going through this journey.
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10. Young Widowed and Dating Blog

Young Widowed and Dating Blog WAY is the only national charity in the UK for people aged 50 or under when their partner died. It's a peer-to-peer support group operating with a network of volunteers who have been bereaved at a young age themselves, so they understand exactly what other members are going through.
31.7K 515 8 posts / year Get Email Contact More

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