The Elder Widow's Walk: A Personal Inner Journey And Guide For Bereaved Widows 65 And Beyond
“If you are a newly bereaved woman and your question is “how am I going to go on?” this is the book to read; truthful openhearted, and practical.” Kristine Watson, LCPC, Grief Counselor. As an elder widow, after many months or even years, are you still grieving the loss of your long time spouse and companion while facing the trials of your own aging process? Although family and friends may mean we...
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 13, 2018)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 490301
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“My beloved died in December of 2017 after a thirty-seven year soulful marriage. LIke Lucille I'd done many years of psychospiritual work, studied death and dying, spoke about grief and yet still I went down like a stone through water. I had the bene...”
l and wish to truly help, you are the one alone at night, yearning for the comforting touch of your life partner and often awakening to many solitary hours. You are reminded daily of the missing care and understanding that helped you through struggles and the absent love of someone who shared your joys and successes. Living, surviving and even thriving in your elder years, adrift from the connection of the one who knew you best for so long, is an exceptional challenge unlike any losses of earlier life stages. In this supportive and compassionate book, Lucille shares her personal knowing of what it means to become a widow after 65. What helps and what does not, in coming to terms with a life forever transformed and yet still changing? How do you live with the sorrows and fears that never seem to end? And is it possible to once again, at this time of life, to create the depth of loving connection you may still crave? This is the elder widow’s walk- a journey of heart, soul, courage and renewal into the unknown territory of a woman’s spousal bereavement in her later years.