For Widows Only!

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iUniverse, Nov 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 328 pages
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For Widows Only! is an extraordinary book for widows. Personal, intimate, and honest, it contains straight from the hip girl talk, strictly for widows only! In addition to nuts and bolts advice, author Annie Estlund includes her most intimate feelings and those of many other widows, making this book relevant to widows of all ages at all stages.

Organized into three sections, "What Happened?" "What Now?" and "What Next?" For Widows Only! guides the grieving widow through her most anxious moments and helps her find answers to her most pressing questions. Ms. Estlund particularly empathizes with widows who think they will never survive their trauma or that life will never again be worthwhile. For Widows Only! offers guidelines to deal with the fears and aches of widowhood while maintaining an upbeat tone and hope for the future. Although life will never be the same, Ms. Estlund illustrates that it can be good again.

Wives and others who grieve will take solace in this candid view of widowhood, and widows will especially appreciate its honesty. For Widows Only! is destined to be every widow's best friend, always there when she needs it. Annie has recently been widowed a second time and is considering an update of "For Widows Only," based on her experiences with these two life crises.

 

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Contents

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1
What Happened? From Reeling to Healing
7
A Necessary but Painful
28
How to Do Them
45
The Work We Must Do
56
Marking Them
77
Not to Forget but to Move
88
What Now? Living in the Present
103
Money and Money
152
Which Comes
167
Its Good
191
Friends and Family
207
How Are You Doing? Finding Help If
223
What Next? Embarking on the Future
241
Good Choices
254
Cant live with them or Cant live
270

Forging Your New Role
118
Dont Be Scared
137
There Is Life after GriefEven for Widows
299
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