Archive for the ‘Widowhood’ Category
I never thought I would be one of those people who said, “Unless you have been through it, you don’t understand it.” Yet, here I am, saying this very thing. As a member of the young widowed club, a club everyone who stays with their love “till death do us part” will eventually, though unwillingly, join, I am always appreciative when people express their condolences, even though it has been over three years since my late husband died. Read the rest of this entry »
Whatever your question about relationships, Michelle Vasquez would love to answer them. The Read the rest of this entry »
How do you know when you are ready to find love again after loss? If you have been widowed, survived a painful divorce or break up, or lost someone dear to you by other means, you may still be grieving, but also feeling very lonely. How can you make a clear-headed decision about finding love again when you are in this state?
In this informative meeting, you will receive lots of great content to help you prepare to love again! Read the rest of this entry »
I am creating a new niche, specializing in widowhood with an emphasis of love after loss.
Losing a beloved spouse is a hard and lonely place to be in. Losing a spouse from whom you were estranged can be even harder. Losing a spouse and the aftermath of pain comes in many different forms Read the rest of this entry »
I am in a coaching program with Marsh Engle to teach me about writing a book. Marsh has written several series of books and her latest is a collaboration with women who share their stories. The book series is:
Amazing Women: Essentials of Success
This particular book is about authenticity. My story will be about the authenticity of finding love after loss. I will talk about what a widow or widower needs to know and require of her/himself and of a potential new love to be able to love again.
I am so excited about doing this as I see it as a first step toward writing my own book about this subject!