Wife, Widow, Now What?
By: Rachel Engstrom
This is the first of its kind to be written in this hybrid style of a memoir and self-help by a cancer spouse/significant other for other spouses/significant others or those navigating the cancer process. In addition Rachel includes all the music she listened to during her journey, if you'd like to make a playlist for your reading pleasure. This book is an invaluable resource, well worth the price, due to it's content and helpful handholding through one of life's toughest challenges
And Then She Bounced Back! AGAIN & AGAIN
We've all heard the "tragedy to triumph" stories of people from all walks of life, how they suffered unimaginable pain and setbacks; only to magically rise up and change their lives for the better.
In widowhood - we see the same stories. People who turned their "pain into purpose" and bounced back - moving forward with new joys, new loves, and a renewed outlook on their next chapters of life.
What we don't hear about - is the TRUTH about "bouncing back"... In this real and raw collection, 10 Christian women from different backgrounds, ages, and stages of widowhood reveal their journeys of self-discovery, and uncover the very unexpected truth about 'bouncing back.
Meant to Live: Living in Light of the Good News
By: Nancy HicksMeant to Live offers a vision on humanity’s calling and a way to live a genuine life gloriously into the Good News! Nancy combines personal stories with biblical wisdom and offers a revisit of the Gospel. She offers a fresh view on humanity’s glory as seen in the Gospel and an honest diagnosis of the four main “camps” often found in the Church. Nancy also helps readers identify an honest assessment of self. Meant to Live is a practical guide to living in light of the Gospel and is an inspired and energized focus on the core calling in Christians’ lives.
RAISING HOPE: Embrace a new perspective when faced with an unexpected challenge
By: Laurice Duffy
Our lives are like a roller-coaster ride, full of sudden ups and downs, twists and turns. Life is never perfect. What makes it different for each of us is how we approach these unexpected surprises and challenges. We can either decide to make the ride memorable and enjoyable or fall victim to the hardships we face.
Raising Hope chronicles the journey of Laurice Duffy, a woman who took charge of her life at a time when her life was filled with uncertainty and heartbreak.
Youth Grief Support
The National Alliance for Children's Grief (NACG)
The National Alliance for Children's Grief (NACG) is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the needs of children and teens who are grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who supports them.
FRIENDS WAY serves families throughout Southeastern New England. Staffed with highly qualified mental health care professionals and extensively trained community volunteers. They conduct more than 150 presentations and in-service training workshops about guiding children through their loss and grief, we have become a proven resource for Rhode Island agencies that seek bereavement services for their community members.
Bex Mastin created Greeting Grief as an alternative to the typical card you may pick up at your local Hallmark. Cards are designed to be addressed and written to the loved ones who aren’t physically in our lives anymore.
Annual Credit Report.com: Credit reports may affect your mortgage rates, credit card approvals, apartment requests, or even your job application. Reviewing credit reports helps you catch signs of identity theft early.
Get a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each credit reporting company. Ensure that the information on all of your credit reports is correct and up to date.
It works the same way; it's a calendar or spreadsheet that a small community (i.e., your friend group or family) can use to coordinate meals and care. Many similar services also allow you to have food or restaurant gift cards delivered if cooking is not your thing.
Meetup is a website that allows users to organize get-togethers with others who enjoy the same activities. Some common examples include sports teams, book clubs, and social groups. By signing up, you can find a group that suits the activity you're looking for, or create your own group to bring others to you.
Memory bears, Dolls, Crocheted, and Mohair Bears are a unique way to capture and enjoy the memory of loved ones or special times in your life. Special blankets or items of clothing are made into one-of-a-kind teddy bears that can be displayed and cuddled rather than stuffed in a drawer somewhere