By Wally Mikulski – freelance writer
It’s 3 a.m., weeks since the funeral. Sleep hasn’t come easy – sometimes not at all. You’re tired, perhaps even agitated; and for the first time, feeling truly alone.
Everyone says, “Life goes on, and in time things will get better.” When? How? How do you begin living again? How do you regain control? Where do you find the answers?
“It’s a scenario common for those who’ve lost a loved one – the seemingly endless questions, the uncertainty in taking the necessary next steps to move forward,” says Widowed.ca founder Jennifer Black.