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Site - hopeforwidows.org
About Site - Our vision is to create a strong network of widows. We open the door to a new world for widows, ensuring they do not go through their experience alone, but with life-long connections and lasting support. Our help comes from going through the same and similar loss, our hearts open and compassionate. We help each other to heal by telling our stories, and by being available to listen.
Site - youngwidowedanddating.com
About Site - Who expects to be a widow at 32?It's been 5 years since that fateful day and though I'll forever grieve the loss of my hubby, the dark cloud has finally lifted and there are now more bursts of sunshine.I share my story in this blog.I hope you're comforted knowing you aren't alone in your young widowed journey.
Site - awidowstale.com
Asheville, North Carolina, United States
About Site - A Widows Tale helps widowed women recover from the death of their spouse and rebuild healthy lives.It was developed with a grant from the National Storytelling Network and now offers both the one-on-one Widow's Recovery System and the day-long A Widows Tale retreats.
Site - sisterhoodofwidows.com
New Brunswick, Canada
About Site - An online community for widows and grievers. This website gives detailed support and strength for a widows health: physically, mentally and spiritually.
Site - widowsphere.blogspot.com
Houston, Texas, United States
About Site - I'm the mother of three, grandmother of two, slave of two demanding cats. I've been a widow for four years and have taught resource courses for widows and widowers.
Michigan, United States
About Site - I'm a widow who brings my quirky sense of humor, wisdom and keen observations about life and growing old to my blog or so others have told me.
Site - thesingingwidow.com
About Site - Jessica Ayers is a widow, mother, and musician who writes about her daily struggles after losing her husband in 2014 to a stray bullet, only 3 days after the birth of her infant son.
Site - betternotbitterwidower.com
Illinois, United States
About Site - John Polo is a widower, step-dad, author, blogger, speaker and life coach.John met the love of his life, Michelle,surrounded by family and friends, Michelle took her last breath at the age of 30.John discovered a passion for writing and speaking about love, loss, grief, healing and an undying hope for a better tomorrow.John's goal is to help others both honor their pain.
Site - mightywidow.com
About Site - Welcome to The Mighty Widow!I'm Maryalene. I became a widow at age 35 when my husband, Tom, died at age 37.Now that Tom is gone, I'm working hard to pick up the pieces. As of this writing, we're 2.5 years into the journey, and bits of normalcy are finally starting to click into place. I also hope to put together a list of resources for widowed mothers.
Site - widowbadass.com
About Site - I lost my love to cancer on November 14, 2013. Now this blog will also be dealing with the challenges of widowhood my moving forward to create a new and fulfilling life sans my soul mate. I still hope you enjoy it.This blog will,reflect this opinion and present a record of my own journey and discoveries along the way.
Site - keepingupwiththedodsons.com
About Site - A place to bring all the insane facts of my life into one place. Everyone who knows me jokes a camera crew needs to follow my life- and they're probably right! But here I will keep you all updated of this crazy ride we call life.
Site - dcwidow.com
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
About Site - Follow this blog where Marjorie Brimley shares her frustrations, worry and sadness that has been bottled up inside of her since the day she lost her husband.
Site - widowersgrief.blogspot.com
Peoria, Illinois, United States
About Site - I write about grief for the Huffington Post, and on my personal blog.My Widower's Grief blog is dedicated to helping those who are grieving find new ways of exploring and thinking about the landscape of their grief. It also offers ideas for what others can say and do to help those who are grieving.
Site - abigailcarter.com
Seattle, Washington, United States
About Site - Grief, loss, afterlife, psychics, love and relationships. I am the author of The Alchemy of Loss: A Young Widow's Transformation, my memoir written about the four years after my husband Arron's death in the World Trade Center.I speak on grief and loss, shame resilience, providing inspiration to many who are in the process of grieving or crisis.
Site - lifeasawidower.com
London, England, United Kingdom
About Site - My blog, www.lifeasawidower.com, was set up in January 2013 primarily to help young widowers find someone who could relate to the hell that they are going through. It quickly evolved into a collection of memories and stories, which are helping mine and my wife's friends through their loss. I'm hoping that one day it will also help my son, who is currently just a toddler.
18. Runawaywidow Stories about the challenges and adventures of a traveling, mid-life, unexpected wido RSS Feed
Site - runawaywidow.com
About Site - My name is Kristin and at the age of 51 I unexpectedly became a widow. I spent a lot of time reading about how to live after the death of a spouse.I started my blog when I went by myself to Thailand.Grief is an ongoing process and my blog will be a positive look at some ways that I have coped with my loss and how I am moving forward even when I don't feel like it.
Site - awidowspursuit.com
Duluth, Georgia, United States
About Site - I was widowed at 34 years of age, with 2 young daughters, 6 and 7 years old.My purpose for writing my memoir, 'A Widow's Pursuit', is to encourage other young widows, that life goes on as we make new and joyful memories. We all have a different grief journey but we can help and encourage each other to persevere through grief and pursue new dreams!
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
About Site - Our intent is to create a safe, online and in-person group for women of color who can identify with the unique circumstances and challenges faced in a world of bias, pre-judgment, bigotry, and intolerance while black and widowed. Our goal is to reach the black widowed woman by offering empowerment events, conferences, transition planning, career-growth coaching and wellness events.
Site - widowschristianplace.com
Florence, South Carolina, United States
About Site - You're not alone. Here's a safe place, a growing place, a way out of the shadows of grief . . . This blog provides resources and Biblical direction for helping you trust Jesus through one of life's most difficult challenges.
Site - wealthcare4widows.com
Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
About Site - The mission of Wealthcare4Widows is to provide a unique financial planning process that supports a widow's entire journey toward recovery and renewal. Their blog gives guidance for managing financial items and self-care for widows.
Site - widowspath.wordpress.com
About Site - On June 26, 2012, a light went out of my life when my husband, best friend and father of my children died after a 5 1/2 month battle with pancreatitis .This is my journey through widowhood.I hope you find some comfort here, some measure of feeling as though you are not alone.
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
About Site - Follow this blog where Andrea Remke a widow, mom of four shares her experiences as a widow dealing with cancer on Parenting, family, motherhood, kids and much more.
Site - jillbotham.blogspot.in
Virginia, United States
About Site - I was suddenly widowed in 2008 and was a solo parent to two boys for nearly 9 years. I am happily remarried in 2017. We are currently adjusting to a being a family of four again. It's safe to say that the past decade has been quite a journey for our family. It has been a blessing to see how God has written our story and been our provider.
Site - mywidowersjourney.com
About Site - I decided to write this blog about becoming a widower. I married my adorable friend and loving partner, Sally, with the idea we would grow old together. The purpose of this blog is not to depress or to gain sympathetic responses, but perhaps to use this to somehow lessen the pain and show others that you're not alone.
Site - widowedfriendsofhalton.com
About Site - Widowed Friends is not a grief support group. Its primary purpose is to provide a safe, social atmosphere for those of us who've lost our spouses and have made the decision to move forward and connect with others who've also experienced the tragic loss of a spouse.
About Site - I'm Sarah. Witty, social, energetic.I was widowed at the age of 41 in August 2016.I had alot of feelings, and I spent a good amount of time eating those feelings. I was gaining weight, and rather rapidly at that. I realized I had a choice. Either continue eating my feelings or write. Here I am. I hope you find something of value in my journey.
Henderson, Nevada, United States
About Site - I lost my husband on Sept. 22, 2010 after a 4 year battle with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer that attacks the bone marrow. I started this blog at the beginning of my journey and I've learned many things along the way, most important is that I will survive this new alone life. The missing of Vern will stay in my heart forever, but I honor him as I fill each day with kindness, love, beauty and charity.
Scituate, Massachusetts, United States
About Site - I'm Margie and I lost my husband of 34 years, John, to the deadliest form of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiform (GBM) exactly 3 months after he had a grand mal seizure and a stage 4 tumor was discovered on his left frontal lobe. Welcome to my blog. I hope that sharing my story helps me and others reach a deeper and healthier understanding of grief.
Site - ericaroman.me
Florida, United States
About Site - My name is Erica Roman. My life was forever changed on April 18, 2016 when my husband of 7 years and the love of my life died unexpectedly of an undetected heart condition, leaving me and our one year old daughter behind. A couple days after the funeral I discovered that I was pregnant with our son. As I process my own healing journey through writing, it is my heart to be able to encourage others.
Site - patriciamckenna.blog
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
About Site - I am Patricia McKenna and I lost my husband February 10th, 2016. Since then I have learned how to have a positive, forward living lifestyle.I have met and worked with hundreds of widows helping them to improve their outlook, look forward to living again and making future plans. I have 2 college aged children. I live a simple happy life. Let me help you to gain your life back again after loss.
Site - thewidowwearspink.com
About Site - The Widow Wears Pink - a blog about my experiences since becoming a young widow. The good, the bad, the happy, the sad. I hope you enjoy reading this, and more importantly I hope I can help someone out there in a similar situation.There is no guidebook for this 'widowhood'. As someone said to me in the early days of mine, 'it is a club that no one wants to join'.
Site - lacrossewidow.com
Alabama, United States
About Site - Hi, my name is Julia. My husband and I would blog together as a hobby.Two months and 6 days after we married, he lost his 7 year battle to fibrolamellar carcinoma; an extremely rare liver cancer.I set this blog up as a way to honor and continue doing what we did as a hobby, while allowing myself to document my memories, thoughts and feelings as they come.
British Columbia, Canada
About Site - Mom is a widow is a blog authored by Wendy Saint-Onge. Follow this blog where she shares some inspiration, a little comfort for the people who are going through the same situation.
Site - tenthousanddays.blog
About Site - My name is Bob. I lost my fiancee in a car accident many, many years ago. The journey since has been a roller coaster ride of ups, downs and so much adversity. In addition to this, 5 years ago my wife was involved in a freak accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury, which has forever changed her life.My hope is that my writing doesn't only help myself, but that it can help others.
Site - widowmethis.wordpress.com
About Site - My name's Isla. I'm a 25 year old widow. I'm also a nurse, and occasional performer, who hopes to become slightly more of a performer because I'm writing a stand up comedy show about my dead husband.
About Site - I am Conner's mom, Tristan's stepmom, and Mike's wife...Now, Forever and Always times Infinity. I am a high school Principal, a sister, a daughter and a friend. I am a child of God and He has carried me every day of this journey. Join me through my loss and immeasurable pain, and hopefully one day through my healing and new self discovery.
New York, United States
About Site - Topics in my house this evening: religion, being grateful, sharks. I have now crossed over to non-fiction stories with Cam in the form of those 3D books in the bargain section of Barnes and Noble.
Site - widow2point0.com
Long Island City, New York, United States
About Site - Widow. The word conjures up images of frail little old ladies in long black dresses, adjusting veiled black hats with bony crooked fingers, red-rimmed eyes imploring the heavens above. Here at Widow 2.0, you'll find sisterhood in widowhood noteworthy sites, books to read, movies that move us, blog posts and comments from other widows, information to share but mostly a community that understand
Site - thewanderingwidow.blog
About Site - On July 10, 2016, at 8:24 am my life changed forever. After a nine month battle with a rare and aggressive form of cancer, my soul mate left me behind. This blog chronicles my journey as I navigate my way through grief and figure out who I am without him.
Site - writebrainwidow.blog
About Site - One crisp autumn night last October 2015, I went from wife to widow in an instant with no warning and no chance for goodbye. We knew when we took our wedding vows 10 years ago, that cancer would be the third partner in our marriage. When you accept a disruptive, insidious elephant into your living room, you know anything can happen and everything did.
Site - onefitwidow.com/blog
About Site - Michelle Steinke-Baumgard is an author for HarperCollins, speaker, fitness coach, mother and a re-married widow. After losing her husband Mitch in 2009, she turned to exercise as an outlet for grief and a way to handle stress. Michelle found it so powerful that she eventually quit her corporate job to become a coach.