Living Beyond Grief is the gateway most widows spend their entire lives searching for. It is empowerment, results, support and so much more all at your fingertips. Content that unlocks your hunger for more, and inspires the extraordinary in you transforming you from the inside out.
“After losing my husband in 2006, I wondered if life would ever make sense again. Without Denise her F.L.O.W method and program I’m really not sure how I would have made sense of my grief.
Death makes everything so disorientated. Having Denise support and help me through my grief journey and being able to connect with like-minded people travelling the same road, expressing the same pain and loss, has helped me feel, let go, overcome and understand my emotions and the choices I make.
“My husband of 38 years died unexpectedly and suddenly and overnight I had to take over the management of his business and our affairs. It was a horrendous time.
THEN the reality of my single life at 62 hit me. I had chest pains that weren’t cardiac related…they were heartache.
THEN one melancholy morning I came across Denise’s FB invitation to contact her….the rest of my story is wonderful I’ve found a place for my disbelief and heartache…”
“Tim was killed in a motorcycle accident 15 months ago. I spent the first 3 months buried in paperwork, legal, and grief.
I started searching Facebook for support groups, I joined and discarded several and one day found Denise’s group. I made my breakthrough call started the program.
I am living and moving forward now. My grief moments are so much less frequent and they are shorter and …”
Are you grieving or depressed, and how do you know the difference? It can be very difficult to distinguish between grief and major depression. How Grief and Depression Are Similar Depression is often masked as Grief because Grief and Depression, they both have several...read more
Delayed Grief is used to describe grief that is postponed and resurfaces sometime later. After you became a widow, there were so many things that had to be done. You were in a fog, felt as though you were living outside your body. And you think “ I must be strong”...read more
Turn back the clock to early January 2009,. I was happily married, it was a new year, I was eagerly awaiting the arrival of my poodle puppy - Lulu, Maarten and I were making plans for the year and life was pretty cruisy. We were finally starting to enjoy the...read more
Is it time to drop your mask The world can be a harsh place for you emotionally after becoming a widow. A normal day can feel like being covered in biting, fire ants crawling all over you. Putting your mask on is a natural response to do whatever works for you to...read more
You are now a Widow, a word you never thought you would have to use, but here you are a widow, and you hate it. You feel lonely and isolated. No matter how many children, friends and relatives you have around you, you feel alone. You not only feel alone, but you...read more
When you become a widow, you don’t need anyone to tell you that your heart is broken. You know it is ! Grief is the normal and natural emotion to the death of your spouse. We all grieve differently, there is no certain way, a time frame or even how you...read more