For some, forming friendships does not come easy. We need to get to know our friends and understand their strengths and weaknesses, and this can take time.
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When we fall in love and commit ourselves to a long-term relationship, we do not dwell on the possibility that it could ever come to an end. For a widowed man or woman, Valentine’s Day can be particularly challenging.
Life coaching is a relationship between coach and client designed to discover and tap into one’s full potential. Life Coaches help to inspire and motivate clients to develop a plan that leads to a more productive, happier and fulfilled life.
At some point during our lifetime, most of us are likely to experience the loss of someone we love. Losing a partner can bring fears for our future and how we might cope on our own.
Congratulations to Liza and Melvin from North Carolina! Having met online they are now engaged and plan to tie-the-knot in November 2020.
Whether you are a widow dating a widower or any single woman considering a man who lost his wife, there are some important considerations to keep in mind.
When someone you love dies, it can feel as though part of you has died with them. The life you shared together is over and coming to terms with this hard fact can be difficult. Memories of happier times can cloud your vision and in the early days following the loss of a partner, these feelings can cause a great deal of heartache and frustration.
When supporting someone who is going through the grieving process, the best thing you can do is listen. By simply listening to whatever it is they have to say, without passing judgement or steering the conversation in a particular direction, you give them the opportunity to come to terms with what has happened in their own time.
Inspiring Stories is a regular series featuring interviews and discussions with well known authors, motivational speakers and entrepreneurs from within the widows and widowers community. In today’s edition we chat to writer and lecturer Ziva Bakman-Flamhaft.
The length of time it takes for somebody to go through the grieving process is specific to each individual. Your beliefs and religious values will no doubt influence how you react to this situation, and to those around you.