One of the hardest questions to wrestle with is what to do with your loved one’s personal belongings. Only you should decide what should be done with his or her belongings. Don’t allow others to make decisions for you. Others may want to “speed up” your healing by advising you to go through belongings, which may not […]

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When you lose your soul mate, it is like your identity gets swiped from you. Your whole world will never be the same. Not only do you have to deal with the reality of your loved one being gone, you now face the idea of being a widow or widower. Remember these are just labels […]

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If you lost your spouse, one of the hardest parts of grieving is the loneliness. Not only is there an empty place in your heart, but emptiness surrounds you. Your house will feel quiet and empty. Your bed will feel big and you may not want to go in it. Everything you were accustomed to […]

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The grieving process is extremely painful. After the death of a loved one, it feels like the pain will never go away. Although the pain will never fully go away, there will come a day when the heavy burden of grief will feel lighter. While that is a sign that you are healing, with it […]

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It doesn’t matter if you were married for 1 year or 50, losing your spouse is one of the most painful losses we could ever endure. Your spouse is your partner in life, your best friend, your soul mate. Having all of that taken from you can leave you feeling lost and very alone. But […]

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