The Miseducation of widowhood is a practical guide for the wife who's lossed her life partner and wives who are blissfully married but are impervious to death. This award-winning guide was published with existing wives and widows in mind.
Losing a spouse whether you are married, separated, or in between can cause a special kind of heartbreak. Suddenly, your future changes unannounced, while the world oblivious to your pain continues to move on. While no-one can teach or prepare a wife how to lose her husband, there are commonalities among all widows, that must be harnessed, managed and traversed, and that is grief.
This is where the miseducation occurs; no two widows grieve the same, there is no right way or wrong way to grieve, and just because someone mourns or did not mourn, doesn't mean they are not experiencing grief.
Dr. Wright-Good’s desire is to help young and middle-aged widows to maneuver widowhood, heal, keep their glow, and bounce back with grace. Using her personal experience of losing her husband of twelve years unexpectedly, and lessons she learned along the way, good and bad, Dr. Wright-Good presents practical steps to help with grief, financial literacy, and healing. Make sure to pick up a copy, share with a friend, family, even a foe. Dr. Joan Wright-Good is the author of multiple books. She is the CEO of Business Startup & Marketing Solutions, where she helps entrepreneurs build, scale, and leverage their business ideas. She's also the founder of JWG Publishing House, a company that publishes best-selling books and magazines. You can connect with her on Instagram @joanwrightgood, Facebook at www.facebook.com/joanwrightgood, her website at www.businessstartupacademy.live, and www.joanwrightgood.com or join her private Facebook coaching group at Facebook.com/groups/6figureBBB.
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