About Blog My name is Kristin and at the age of 51 I unexpectedly became a widow. About Blog I was widowed at 34 years of age, with 2 young daughters, 6 and 7 years old. About Blog One woman's real-time journey of grief after losing the only man she ever loved. 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. When you accept a disruptive, insidious elephant into your living room, you know anything can happen – and everything did. I've been a widow for four years and have taught resource courses for widows and widowers. Since Sep 2009 Website widowsphere.Facebook fans n/a. About Blog On July 10, 2016, at am my life changed forever. A couple days after the funeral I discovered that I was pregnant with our son.
The journey since has been a roller coaster ride of ups, downs and so much adversity. About Blog I am Conner's mom, Tristan's stepmom, and Mike's wife... I am a high school Principal, a sister, a daughter and a friend. About Blog I decided to write this blog about becoming a widower. 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. 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. Use the below code to display this badge proudly on your blog.
I lost my fiancee in a car accident many, many years ago. 22, 2010 after a 4 year battle with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer that attacks the bone marrow. About Blog Widowed Friends is not a grief support group. If your blog is one of the Top 50 Widow blogs, you have the honour of displaying the following badge on your site.
My hope is that my writing doesn’t only help myself, but that it can help others. Join me through my loss and immeasurable pain, and hopefully one day through my healing and new self discovery. Since Apr 2015 Website stillhistimesforever.blogspo.. 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.
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. I am a child of God and He has carried me every day of this journey. I married my adorable friend and loving partner, Sally, with the idea we would grow old together. 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. Since Oct 2010 Website amyelomawidowsjourney.blogsp..
About Blog The Widow Wears Pink - a blog about my experiences since becoming a young widow. I hope you enjoy reading this, and more importantly I hope I can help someone out there in a similar situation. As someone said to me in the early days of mine, “it is a club that no one wants to join”. I started my blog when I went by myself to Thailand. 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. We all have a different grief journey but we can help and encourage each other to persevere through grief and pursue new dreams!
I spent a lot of time reading about how to live after the death of a spouse. About Blog I write about grief for the Huffington Post, and on my personal blog. 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. Sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes humorous, and always genuine.
We help each other to heal by telling our stories, and by being available to listen.
About Blog A Widows Tale helps widowed women recover from the death of their spouse and rebuild healthy lives. This website gives detailed support and strength for a widows health: physically, mentally and spiritually.
The Best Widow blogs from thousands of top Widow blogs in our index using search and social metrics. If your blog is selected in this list, you have the honour of displaying this Badge (Award) on your blog. 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.
About Blog Our vision is to create a strong network of widows. 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 hope you’re comforted knowing you aren’t alone in your young widowed journey.