As a grieving widow, you may find yourself unable to read an entire book about healing from grief; the daily one page entries in this book will comfort and support you.Here, Kathleen offers tips for widows who are grieving loss, and describes the grieving process and the pain she felt after her husband died.

A musician, he entertained at community events that included wedding receptions and charitable functions.

The diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease was frightening because we knew that there was no cure.

Sometimes I sat in the garden and cried then continued the work with my renewed sense of purpose.

While walking through my gardens a friend commented, “I know how difficult this year has been for you.

Sharing your experience with grief is one of the best ways to heal.

If you’d like to tell your story of how you lost your spouse, I welcome your comments below.Throughout the following six years as his condition worsened we cried together often.Deprived of his balance, he couldn’t enjoy the canoe, and with the tremors increasing and his strength lessening, he could not play his fiddle.And, joining a grief support group when you lose your husband will show you how others cope with loss — which will help with your own mourning process.Many people are now using sites like My Space and their own personal blogs to deal with their feelings about the death of a loved one.Letting go of the past through expression of your feelings is healthy way to grieve when you lose your husband.