Relational Health for Widows

Widow Wisdom: How do you stay connected to others while you grieve and reduce the added isolation due to COVID-19?

Widow Wisdom: How do you stay connected to others while you grieve and reduce the added isolation due to COVID-19? We asked our widow sisters to share their wisdom by answering this question; How do you stay connected to others while you grieve and reduce the added isolation due to COVID-19? Here are some of

Widow Wisdom: How did people support you after the loss of your spouse in a way that really helped?

Widow Wisdom: How did people support you after the loss of your spouse in a way that really helped? We asked our widow sisters to share their wisdom by answering this question; How did people support you after the loss of your spouse in a way that really helped? Here are some of their answers:

A Widow Mentor’s Library

A Widow Mentor's Library I'd like to discuss some things that we moor or anchor ourselves to positively and negatively, I wanted to share a little bit of what has been so powerful for me along this journey. Books in my library. I was not an avid reader as a young child, I preferred being

Getting Your Sh*t Together

Getting Your Sh*t Together Carolyn Moor Somewhere in the world, I know you are dealing with some kind of sh*t. That stuff that you don't want to do....but gotta do....but don't wanna do. Ugh. That long, long list of drudgery that you keep putting off for a spring cleaning day....tomorrow.  Well, here's a little secret

What Creates Wisdom: The Research

What Creates Wisdom: The Research Carolyn Moor This month we are discussing the topic of receptivity. It seems that every month when you focus on something, life presents information, experiences that then bring more of that into your world. Recently, I've been realizing that our community is receptive to real, usable wisdom. We want answers

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