Advice for the Young and Widowed from a Former Young Widow

My late husband passed 25 years ago of complications of a rare and deadly brain cancer. Nothing could have prepared me for the chapter of life that ensued. I quickly learned that grief is like the sudden and perturbing ringing in the ears that makes it hard to focus on things and won’t subside until it decides to. Grief rings throughout my body at times, even today.

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Self-Enrichment Educator. Narcissistic and Spiritual Abuse Awareness Advocate.

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Alisa Rafferty

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Self-Enrichment Educator. Narcissistic and Spiritual Abuse Awareness Advocate.

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