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I quickly learned that I am not alone. The other widows faced unique but also similar circumstances with their friends. Following are quotes from a couple widows that I spoke to:.
- More on family.
- GCPL Staff Member!
- WORDS OF WISDOM FROM THE WORLD OF SPIRIT.
- After Dachau.
- The Flavor Of Love.
- The Sacred Power of the Sun?
- The Dead Wives Club, or Char in Love.
Family too. It is quite the eye opener. Breaks a lot of trust. Also you are technically single now and they see you are a threat to their husbands. I was told they 'couldn't handle it' and did not know how to act around me. After speaking to people in similar situations, I now realize that in many cases, friendship and grief do not mix.
Whether you have been friends for six months or 30 years, you do not know how your friendship will hold up during a crisis. Some friends step up and the bond becomes unbreakable while other simply disappear from your life. Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day.
What got me through the grief: The best advice from one widow to another
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Depends Who You Ask. Ask her questions. Questions meant someone cared. The obvious thing to do may be to cry with her, but it is so important to not forget to laugh with her.
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Having a birthday party, holiday party, Super Bowl party, or any get-together and think it may be too soon to invite your widowed friend? Invite her. After the loss of my husband, I felt like a complete outsider.
I knew grief made people uncomfortable, so to have friends that I knew still wanted me around, grief and all, was uplifting—even if I turned the invitation down which I did a lot. Acknowledge the hard days.
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I have had amazing friends who have surprised me with handwritten cards, flowers, and gift cards. Their awareness of tender days for me has been so encouraging to me, and I could never thank them all enough. Be there to help. Not having a husband to help me with things around the house left me feeling like a burden on others. I could be wrong, but I think every widow will be grateful for yard maintenance—and some house cleaning.