March 22, 2002, Newsletter Issue #39: Overcoming Death of a Loved One

Tip of the Week

Often, after the death of a spouse/child/family/close friend, or going through a divorce, we need a welcoming ear...someone to talk with about our feelings. Our friends or close neighbors may just be waiting for us to `open-up` to them. They are never sure if the time is right for us to talk about our loved one, so we must broach the subject to them. I found speaking of my husband`s death and how it affected me, to be a healing process. Now, I speak only of his life.

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