A few modest suggestions for the newly widowed as they grieve and begin to regroup.
When I was widowed, I couldn't stop thinking I was doing it wrong. But all we really have to do is to stop judging our own grieving.
To be widow is to be a shape shifter. We move through different phases redefining ourselves after our loss.
I wanted someone who was invested, and that meant caring about what I cared. A dead air conditioner showed me I'd found the right person.
I found love and learned not settle when I was 55 at one of the saddest points since my husband died. Don’t give up hope.