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This book was born from my increasing frustration throughout the years over the nosy, ignorant or plain silly comments and questions. I tried to create a comprehensive list of things we, widows (and widowers) don't want to hear or don't want to answer and I tried to be inclusive with many different situations and base these comments and questions not only on my own experience, but on experiences of other widows as well. If you know a widow, this book is for you. 

Journaling helped me tremendously throughout my journey; however, I never found a journal that would feel right, so I used multiple ones, and notebooks, post-its even. I designed these journals with widows and widowers in mind to record our smiles and tears, memories and notes. Each journal contains 365 guided pages, but without any dates - so if it takes you a year to fill it up or 5, it's all up to you. 

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The '100 things not to say to a widow' is a comprehensive collection of questions and comments that young widows or widowers don't want to hear or don't want to answer. If you know a widow or widower - whether a family member, friend, colleague or acquaintance - this book was written for you.   

The Widow(er)'s Journal

A self-guided journal through the tangled roads f loss and grief

- from one widow - to another.


Widow Journal

A more feminine layout  - with forget-me-nots, the symbol of love, respect and the pledge that we never forget them. 

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