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RSS Feedhopeforwidows.org/feed 

Sitehopeforwidows.org

United States

About Site – Our vision is to create a strong network of widows. We open the door to a new world for widows, ensuring they do not go through their experience alone, but with life-long connections and lasting support. Our help comes from going through the same and similar loss, our hearts open and compassionate. We help each other to heal by telling our stories, and by being available to listen.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week
Since – Aug 2013

RSS Feedyoungwidowedanddating.com/feed 

Siteyoungwidowedanddating.com

About Site – Who expects to be a widow at 32?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 share my story in this blog.I hope you’re comforted knowing you aren’t alone in your young widowed journey.
Frequency – about 4 posts per month
Since – May 2016

RSS Feedawidowstale.com/feed 

Siteawidowstale.com

About Site – A Widows Tale helps widowed women recover from the death of their spouse and rebuild healthy lives.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.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week
Since – Sep 2015

RSS Feedsisterhoodofwidows.com/feed 

Sitesisterhoodofwidows.com

New Brunswick, Canada

About Site – An online community for widows and grievers. This website gives detailed support and strength for a widows health: physically, mentally and spiritually.

Frequency – about 2 posts per week
Since – Oct 2010

RSS Feedwidowsphere.blogspot.com/fee.. 

Sitewidowsphere.blogspot.com

Houston, TX

About Site – I’m the mother of three, grandmother of two, slave of two demanding cats. I’ve been a widow for four years and have taught resource courses for widows and widowers.
Frequency – about 3 posts per month
Since – Sep 2009

RSS Feedthewanderingwidow.blog/feed 

Sitethewanderingwidow.blog

About Site – On July 10, 2016, at 8:24 am my life changed forever. After a nine month battle with a rare and aggressive form of cancer, my soul mate left me behind. This blog chronicles my journey as I navigate my way through grief and figure out who I am without him.
Frequency – about 1 post per week
Since – Aug 2016

RSS Feedericaroman.me/feed 

Siteericaroman.me

Florida, USA

About Site – My name is Erica Roman. My life was forever changed on April 18, 2016 when my husband of 7 years and the love of my life died unexpectedly of an undetected heart condition, leaving me and our one year old daughter behind. A couple days after the funeral I discovered that I was pregnant with our son. As I process my own healing journey through writing, it is my heart to be able to encourage others.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
Since – Apr 2016

RSS Feedthesingingwidow.com/feed 

Sitethesingingwidow.com

About Site – Jessica Ayers is a widow, mother, and musician who writes about her daily struggles after losing her husband in 2014 to a stray bullet, only 3 days after the birth of her infant son.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Jul 2015

RSS Feedonefitwidow.com/blog/rss/feeds 

Siteonefitwidow.com/blog

USA

About Site – Michelle Steinke-Baumgard is an author for HarperCollins, speaker, fitness coach, mother and a re-married widow. After losing her husband Mitch in 2009, she turned to exercise as an outlet for grief and a way to handle stress. Michelle found it so powerful that she eventually quit her corporate job to become a coach.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
Since – Nov 2009

RSS Feedbetternotbitterwidower.com/?.. 

Sitebetternotbitterwidower.com

Illinois, USA

About Site – John Polo is a widower, step-dad, author, blogger, speaker and life coach.John met the love of his life, Michelle,surrounded by family and friends, Michelle took her last breath at the age of 30.John discovered a passion for writing and speaking about love, loss, grief, healing and an undying hope for a better tomorrow.John’s goal is to help others both honor their pain.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
Since – Feb 2016

RSS Feedmightywidow.com/feed 

Sitemightywidow.com

About Site – Welcome to The Mighty Widow!I’m Maryalene. I became a widow at age 35 when my husband, Tom, died at age 37.Now that Tom is gone, I’m working hard to pick up the pieces. As of this writing, we’re 2.5 years into the journey, and bits of normalcy are finally starting to click into place. I also hope to put together a list of resources for widowed mothers.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Jul 2015

RSS Feedwidowspath.wordpress.com/feed 

Sitewidowspath.wordpress.com

About Site – On June 26, 2012, a light went out of my life when my husband, best friend and father of my children died after a 5 1/2 month battle with pancreatitis .This is my journey through widowhood.I hope you find some comfort here, some measure of feeling as though you are not alone.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
Since – Jun 2012

RSS Feedwidowschristianplace.com/fee.. 

Sitewidowschristianplace.com

About Site – You’re not alone. Here’s a safe place, a growing place, a way out of the shadows of grief . . . This blog provides resources and Biblical direction for helping you trust Jesus through one of life’s most difficult challenges.
Frequency – about 1 post per week
Since – Jan 2010

RSS Feedlifeasawidower.com/feed 

Sitelifeasawidower.com

London

About Site – My blog, www.lifeasawidower.com, was set up in January 2013 primarily to help young widowers find someone who could relate to the hell that they are going through. It quickly evolved into a collection of memories and stories, which are helping mine and my wife’s friends through their loss. I’m hoping that one day it will also help my son, who is currently just a toddler.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Jan 2013

RSS Feedabigailcarter.com/feed 

Siteabigailcarter.com

About Site – Grief, loss, afterlife, psychics, love and relationships. I am the author of The Alchemy of Loss: A Young Widow’s Transformation, my memoir written about the four years after my husband Arron’s death in the World Trade Center.I speak on grief and loss, shame resilience, providing inspiration to many who are in the process of grieving or crisis.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Apr 2008

RSS Feedpatriciamckenna.blog/feed 

Sitepatriciamckenna.blog

Memphis, TN

About Site – I am Patricia McKenna and I lost my husband February 10th, 2016. Since then I have learned how to have a positive, forward living lifestyle.I have met and worked with hundreds of widows helping them to improve their outlook, look forward to living again and making future plans. I have 2 college aged children. I live a simple happy life. Let me help you to gain your life back again after loss.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
Since – Feb 2017

RSS Feedadventuresinwidowedparenting.. 

Siteadventuresinwidowedparenting..

About Site – I’m Sarah. Witty, social, energetic.I was widowed at the age of 41 in August 2016.I had alot of feelings, and I spent a good amount of time eating those feelings. I was gaining weight, and rather rapidly at that. I realized I had a choice. Either continue eating my feelings or write. Here I am. I hope you find something of value in my journey.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Feb 2017

RSS Feedwealthcare4widows.com/feed 

Sitewealthcare4widows.com

Port Charlotte, FL

About Site – The mission of Wealthcare4Widows is to provide a unique financial planning process that supports a widow’s entire journey toward recovery and renewal.Their blog gives guidance for managing financial items and self care for widows.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
Since – Jun 2015

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