Growing Grief
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Growing Grief

Being A Widow For Two Years

Sleeping single in my double bed

Image by Наталья Данильченко from Pixabay

Widows are everywhere. And more are added to this sisterhood daily. It doesn’t matter where you live in the world, there are women without their life partner. Think Ukraine.

Becoming a widow is a different experience for everyone. We are all the same, but we are all different. Some hearts heal quicker than others.




A place to read and share stories of death and dying. Growing through the grief that comes before, during and after death

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D- Anne Jennings

D- Anne Jennings

Many interests.Dogs,food,lifestyle.A new widow.Still crazy after all these years.Coping with life.Early riser,coffee drinker.Baker.

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