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- Support for separated, divorced and widowed. Intended to facilitate the resolution of the grief surrounding the breakup of a marriage/relationship and to promote healing.
Coping with Grief and Loss, The Essence of Spirituality
- Death and life complement and balance each other: Thoughts to understand existence and how not overwhelmed by death.
Death & Dying Newsletters
- Extensive commercial site with common sense thoughts and links to support and other information for widowers and widows.
Doors Close, Doors Open
- Professional psychologist's book on the process of widowhood.
Drkoop.com: Aging Healthy Center
- Dr. Koop's site includes sections on coping as a widower.
- Commercial site with information for those who are new at living life alone. Includes issues in widowhood.
Grief and Recovery On Line
- Members helping members after the loss of a loved one. Offering Chat Rooms, Message Boards, Library and Resources
Seattle Widowed Young Persons' Site
- The Seattle Widowed Young Persons' Support Site provides information on Grief Support Services in the Seattle Area. Geared to younger survivors, SWYP model is applicable to other geographic areas.
Social Security Agency
- Information on retirement, disability, survivors and supplemental security income benefits. Includes information on how to apply, and what benefits are available.
- An information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery, and other information helpful to those who have suffered the death of a spouse.
Young widows/ widowers
- A "sister/brother list" to 'youngwidows' which is a very active support group for woman. Enjoy the fellowship of men and women who understand your hardships and joys. An egroups list.
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