THE TRAUMA OF WIDOWHOOD


MISSING A LOVED TREASURE
WIDOWHOOD IS SOMETHING THAT BEFALLS PEOPLE UNEXPECTEDLY WITHOUT PRIOR ARRANGEMENT OR KNOWLEDGE AND IT GOES ALONG WITH A LOT OF OTHER EFFECTS, BUT THIS  CAN BE OVERCOME,  WHOEVER IS INVOLVED GETS HIM OR HERSELF COMPOSED WHATEVER THE SITUATION, I WAS BY THE FIRE BROODING OVER MY EXPERIENCES AND THINKING OF HOW MUCH I LOVED AND MISSED MY BELOVED, ESPECIALLY WHEN I REMEMBER HOW HE USED TO CUDDLE ME, PET ME WHEN I AM UPSET, TALK GENTLY TO ME AND HOW WE USED TO SIT BY THE TV OR BY THE FIRE DISCUSSING, “WHAT A MEMORY!” AND PLANNING ABOUT TOMORROW AND THE FUTURE, IT WAS REALLY NICE AND LOVELY, ALTHOUGH I HAVE FAMILY TO GO TO AND RELY ON , BUT ITS NOT LIKE WHEN HE WAS HERE, I MISSED HIM, BUT I HAVE REALISED THAT LIFE CONTINUES NO MATTER WHAT, SO I HAVE DECIDED TO FACE MY BUSINESS, MY LIFE  and TAKE GOOD CARE OF HOME .
English: Lady Napier (1794–1883) in widowhood.

English: Lady Napier (1794–1883) in widowhood. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I DO REALIZE THAT FOR A WIDOW NOT TO MISS THE LOVED ONE, IT’S GOOD TO SHOW THEM LOVE AND AFFECTION, INVITE THEM ONES IN A WHILE FOR OUTINGS WHICH WILL MAKE THEM TO BE IN A GATHERING OF FRIENDS AND FAMILY , WITH A LOT OF DISCUSSION AND LAUGHTER, THIS WILL GIVE THEM A REASSURANCE OF BETTER LIFE AHEAD. ITS GOOD TO ADVISE AGAINST THINKING ALL THE TIME WHICH MIGHT LEAD TO HEALTH ISSUES AND DEPRESSION AND A LOT OF UNNECESSARY SITUATIONS AND CIRCUMSTANCES. ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT IS VERY NECESSARY TOO.
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13 thoughts on “THE TRAUMA OF WIDOWHOOD

  1. Stephen,
    What a relevant report in today’s planet with so many on Facebook. This examine needs to be splattered all over Facebook and Twitter. Doing that now. Incredibly an easy task to browse and understand.
    Great job! Have an great day!
    Scott

  2. Terrific explanation of RSS feeds and video demonstration. I learned about RSS in university, but I know a lot of other men and women still don’t understand what it is or how to use it.

  3. Yet another uneducated watch of bluegrass music. Folks there is no 1 more concerned about the state of bluegrass music than Doyle. I first began listening to Doyle in the mid 80s and the quality and artistry is still the same high quality. Drums and the electric bass have been used in bluegrass as far back as 40 decades. Listen to some from the Osborne brothers and J.D. Crowe from back in the day. Doyle, I thank God to the music you may have been making for almost 4 decades with Quicksilver. It has been a crucial piece of my life for 30 several years. May God bless you when using the ability to ignore stupid posts.

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