What makes sense the day before a spouse dies, makes none the day after.
For a new widow, the goals and aspirations once shared with a spouse can feel daunting and impossible once she's left to experience them alone. Transitioning through the phases of grief becomes more and more overwhelming and isolating and the process presents more questions than answers-struggles than clarity. However, although widowhood may cause you to feel abandoned and lost, God's word tells us we are special and covered.
From Wed to Widow: A Guide to Self-Care, Self-Love, and Self-Discovery offers practical and relatable guidance to get you through your "Year of Firsts" while centering and recognizing your grief along the journey. It takes you through Isaiah 54, from the perspective of a new widow, and gives you sensible strategies to use during some of your most difficult days.
While From Wed to Widow is Bible-based, it is suited for modern living and includes topics ranging from managing loneliness to choosing and removing certain people and things from your life.