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Sunday Lunch By Lucy Farmer
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I became a widow at 48. In my struggle to try to live on, I began to write about my roots, my family, my parents, and my life with and memories of my husband. What I found as I wrote was a wonderful... More > story. A story of love. A story of how a large family works. A story filled with humor and strength. I hope that Sunday Lunch will deliver to you a smile when needed, hope when it is lost, and the ability to recognize the goodness that surrounds us all.< Less
And Life Goes On...a path through widowhood By Gustavo Acosta, M.D.
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Immediately after the death of a spouse, life appears to have no meaning, no reason to continue moving ahead. No reason to continue existing. Yet, existence is what this book is all about. To... More > continue existing with one's existence similar, although forever changed, to the way it was before. It is not an anecdotal book as we are all different, with different problems, and all of them happening under different circumstances. We all have our own particular way of dealing with the loss of our spouses, one of the biggest traumas of our life. It is a book full of hope and intended primarily for widowers, but it may have some application to anyone that has lost a partner in life, as death has no preferences in gender.< Less
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Healing Myself, One Rhyme At a Time By Donna Sivoli
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Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time presents a collection of poetry by Donna Sivoli. She began writing as a small girl when she discovered that it wasn’t easy to express her thoughts and... More > feelings in her childhood home. Instead, she wrote notes and buried them in the backyard, only to dig them up later. As an adult, she began writing poetry and stories as a sort of self-therapy in an attempt to heal herself from a dysfunctional and abusive childhood. In these verses, she writes about family and her early love for her older brother, and how that love was destroyed through betrayal and all the other emotional ups and downs of growing up in a dysfunctional family, especially the hurt and the confusion when things are not as they appear to be. "Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time is a memoir in poem and story … a hero’s journey that inspires us to find our way to healing and wholeness. … It is raw, it is honest, it is love.” —Shelley Morningsong, singer/songwriter< Less
Healing Myself, One Rhyme At a Time By Donna Sivoli
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Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time presents a collection of poetry by Donna Sivoli. She began writing as a small girl when she discovered that it wasn’t easy to express her thoughts and... More > feelings in her childhood home. Instead, she wrote notes and buried them in the backyard, only to dig them up later. As an adult, she began writing poetry and stories as a sort of self-therapy in an attempt to heal herself from a dysfunctional and abusive childhood. In these verses, she writes about family and her early love for her older brother, and how that love was destroyed through betrayal and all the other emotional ups and downs of growing up in a dysfunctional family, especially the hurt and the confusion when things are not as they appear to be. "Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time is a memoir in poem and story … a hero’s journey that inspires us to find our way to healing and wholeness. … It is raw, it is honest, it is love.” —Shelley Morningsong, singer/songwriter< Less
Healing Myself, One Rhyme At a Time By Donna Sivoli
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Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time presents a collection of poetry by Donna Sivoli. She began writing as a small girl when she discovered that it wasn’t easy to express her thoughts and... More > feelings in her childhood home. Instead, she wrote notes and buried them in the backyard, only to dig them up later. As an adult, she began writing poetry and stories as a sort of self-therapy in an attempt to heal herself from a dysfunctional and abusive childhood. In these verses, she writes about family and her early love for her older brother, and how that love was destroyed through betrayal and all the other emotional ups and downs of growing up in a dysfunctional family, especially the hurt and the confusion when things are not as they appear to be. "Healing Myself, One Rhyme at a Time is a memoir in poem and story … a hero’s journey that inspires us to find our way to healing and wholeness. … It is raw, it is honest, it is love.” —Shelley Morningsong, singer/songwriter< Less
Planning for When: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Planning By Kevin W. Pinkley AIFA®, CDFA™, CIMA®
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It doesn’t matter if they are married, divorced or single: Women tend to put others first. It could be the result of a maternal gene or simply a natural disposition to view others as more... More > important, but it’s an instinct that makes it more difficult to achieve financial security and independence. Kevin W. Pinkley, a longtime financial advisor, walks women through the steps they need to take in seeking to build and preserve wealth. Learn how to: plan for a retirement with the goal of providing a lifestyle that meets your needs; provide for a loved one in the event of death; minimize the financial impact of divorce or the death or disability of a spouse; and engage in difficult conversations with your spouse about money. Many women shrug off questions about money by saying that their spouses are smart and must have a well thought out plan that will meet their needs. But being smart is different than being wise, and women need to take charge of the future by Planning for When.< Less
Planning for When: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Planning By Kevin W. Pinkley AIFA®, CDFA™, CIMA®
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It doesn’t matter if they are married, divorced or single: Women tend to put others first. It could be the result of a maternal gene or simply a natural disposition to view others as more... More > important, but it’s an instinct that makes it more difficult to achieve financial security and independence. Kevin W. Pinkley, a longtime financial advisor, walks women through the steps they need to take in seeking to build and preserve wealth. Learn how to: plan for a retirement with the goal of providing a lifestyle that meets your needs; provide for a loved one in the event of death; minimize the financial impact of divorce or the death or disability of a spouse; and engage in difficult conversations with your spouse about money. Many women shrug off questions about money by saying that their spouses are smart and must have a well thought out plan that will meet their needs. But being smart is different than being wise, and women need to take charge of the future by Planning for When.< Less
Little Girl Lost By glenway
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A true story that will touch your heart, which covers a multitude of emotions that were released by the author after her regaining new freedom in her life after divorcing a controlling spouse.
Brave In a New World: A Guide to Grieving By Yvonne Broady
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In January of 2009, author Yvonne Broady’s husband, Clarence Cortez Loftin III (Chuck), passed away peacefully at home at the age of sixty-one after his battle with pancreatic cancer. He meant... More > everything to her; he was her dream guy and guiding light. With his death, Chuck's anguish and pain were extinguished, while Broady’s painful journey was about to begin. Brave in a New World shares the author's journey through the grieving process and how she gradually learned to re-create a new life for herself.Through personal examples, she illustrates the variety of changes the death of a spouse brings for those who are left behind, and gives advice on how one can handle the emotional pain and rebuild a life after loss. Serving as a guide and source of inspiration and hope for others who are grieving the loss of a spouse, Brave in a New World narrates the effects of the grieving process—a long and arduous course—and the only one who can get through it is the one who is left: the bereaved spouse.< Less

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