Dealing and Healing After Loss: 9 Tips to Help You Get Through the Day


“Our strength grows out of our weaknesses.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
If you don’t know where to start, start anywhere. I keep telling myself that every time I am stuck. Well, I’ve been a widow for year and a half, and I am twenty-four years old. Maybe that’s the way to start here. My husband had cancer. We tried to enjoy the time before his passing as best we could, so he would die with memories, not dreams. And I guess that the fact that he died content is quite an accomplishment in our relationship. But it doesn’t change anything in my sorrow. People keep telling me that I am young, I have my life ahead of me, I should forget, move on, stop mourning, take anti-depressants, and usually they add that I will find somebody else and be happy again…

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