Widowed Words

December 29, 2022

A New Year & the Power of Daily Affirmations

At the start of a New Year, it’s nice to think of starting off fresh.  “This year I’m going to strive to live better, feel better, […]
December 13, 2022

Jason Rosenthal – A Journey Through Grief & Loss

Amy Krouse Rosenthal gave her husband Jason very public permission to move on and find happiness following her death. A year after her passing, Jason offers […]
November 20, 2022

Who Am I Now?

Do you sometimes feel like there are two versions of you?  One is the person you’ve always been, the other is the inner you, the one […]
November 11, 2022


It’s been almost three years and we are still coping with Covid and it looks like we’ll be doing that for some time to come. With […]
August 11, 2022

It’s About Hope, Connection and Friendship

What is friendship?  What effect have friendships had on your life and how have they changed over the years? When we’re young, love and romance is […]
July 8, 2022

Winnie the Pooh or Eeyore?

In the children’s classic A.A. Milne  book Winnie the Pooh, there are two characters that personify opposing views of the world.  Winnie the Pooh is forever […]
June 2, 2022

It’s Never Too Late To Build Resilience!

No matter our age or life circumstances, we can all still build resilience as we face life’s ups and downs. If you’re wondering how to start, […]
May 6, 2022

Widowed Friends Celebrates 7 Years of Inclusion, Hope, Connection & Friendship

A few years ago, Debbie, a recent widow, was supporting two young daughters and working full time when a grief counsellor suggested a community social group […]
April 22, 2022

Snakes & Ladders

Snakes and ladders, the old traditional board game, is a great metaphor for life after loss. As Penny R suggested once on a Zoom call,  in […]