What I've Learned as a Widow

July 21, 2018

 Everyone is different and everyone grieves differently. Even when grieving the same person.  I have learned this to be the utmost truth in the year since my husband passed away. June 9th of 2017 Jeremy took his life, leaving a wake of unimaginable grief and sadness. From people who had never met him to former colleagues, past and current friends to immediate family, everyone has had a different journey this past year.  

 

This is mine. 

 

I have chosen to continue to share my journey and healing publicly as Jer and I had done together for years both on the radio and online.  In doing so, I have heard from thousands of people grieving all varieties of loss from death to divorce, miscarriage and illness. 

 

Everyone grieves differently.  But there are commonalities that bring us together, giving a sense of community, belonging, love and hope.  

 

After surviving the one year anniversary of Jeremy's suicide, I was flooded with requests to share what I learned in past 12 months.  I turned on the camera and spoke freely.  What was supposed to be one video turned into a trilogy.  I hope my story and lessons help you. 

 

You're not alone. 

oxox

Mare

 

 

 

 

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