Dear Old Friends
When we are grieving, our old friends are indeed valuable. Think of an old friend of yours. If you haven't spoken in some time, reach out and reconnect.
Friendship is like a Sheltering Tree
When grieving, friendship can feel like shelter from a storm. Reach out to a friend or several friends today to find the shelter you need.
After the death of a spouse, you may feel there are many decisions to make. Don't feel pressured. Your story will continue to be written one page at a time.
Be Strong — or be weak. Be both — when the time is right.
“Grief teaches the steadiest minds to waver.” ― Sophocles, Antigone Another quote says, “Be Strong when you are weak. Be Brave when you are scared and Hu
Always do The Hard Things
“I can do Hard Things” is a popular quote right now and yet, no one knows who to attribute it to. One of our focus group of widows said “always do the hard
The Three Point To-do List
“He was swimming in a sea of other people’s expectations. Men had drowned in seas like that.” ― Robert Jordan, New Spring Whether the expectations are your
Take care of ME? How?
“You’ve got to trust yourself. Be gentle with yourself. And listen to yourself. You’re the only person who can get you through this now. You’re the only
Hold me up. Just hold me up.
“Friendship improves happiness and abates misery, by the doubling of our joy and the dividing of our grief.” — Marcus Tullius Cicero (Roman Orator) From t
I think I’m going crazy!
“Many grieving people simply suffer alone in the weirdness of grief, wondering if they’ve lost their minds on top of everything else.” — Megan Devine (www.