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  • We understand Grief

    No one understands my overwhelming sense
    of sadness and depression. I’m walking
    through life in a fog.

    The impact of losing your husband is indescribably painful,
    a feeling like you’ve never had before, and desperately want
    to move beyond…but can’t seem to find the wherewithal to do so.
    The W Connection’s unique outreach program and peer-to-peer
    support groups will connect you to a network of other women
    who can relate to your loss, sharing their experiences to help you
    through this very difficult time

  • help with Uncertainty

    Will I ever be whole again? What will become of me
    now that I have lost my life mate, my other half?

    Losing your spouse is devastating enough; now you have to face
    an uncertain future, even an uncertainly identity.
    Every aspect of your life is now different – from finances to
    childcare to career to your social life, to your emotional and
    physical well-being.

    The W Connection provides answers and suggestion through its
    referral services and online training programs.

  • Support for Widows

    My friends and family do so much,
    but I don’t want to become a burden.
    Who will truly understand enough
    to help me through this?

    Maybe friends and family are there for you
    but as time passes, they have to resume to their
    normal lives. But for you, there is no “normal.”
    The W Connection’s peer to peer support groups
    and its Advice Exchange provide the help and
    guidance you need.

  • Connect with other widows

    How do I start over? Is there a reboot
    button I can just click? Where will I
    find the people who will understand
    my unique needs?

    Your loss is different than everyone else’s.
    Finding other like-minded women might feel like
    the hardest thing to do. Through the W Connection
    you'll meet others who’ve been where you are.
    Your story will resonate with women ready
    to help you adapt to your new life.

  • Rebuild your life

    How will I ever rebuild my life? It feels like such
    as an insurmountable task.

    We had no choice about becoming widows but we do have a
    choice about how we live the rest of lives.
    Though we can’t go back to our old lives, by sharing our
    experiences with each other, we begin to feel open to the great
    possibilities ahead.
    The W Connection provides tools and techniques to help you
    rebuild your life and learn to live on your own.

Get Connected

Our next Virtual Chapter will launch on Monday, September 14 from 7:00-8:30 PM (EST). We will meet on the second Monday of every month from 7:00-8:30PM (EST).

Want to learn more?

WHEN: Monday August 3 from 7-8PM (EST).

EMAIL: virtualchapters@wconnection.org

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Get Inspired

Read Philadelphia Chapter Leader, Susan Gross’ new book, "Someone Used To Love Me",Online article >>

W Connection on philly.com-
Susan Gross wasn't ready to be a widow.
online article >>

See Jill Smolowe's article titled
Preparing our Heart For ReMarriage by Jill Smolowe | Jill Smolowe

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September 27th Event – NYC – Fitness Class for Moms and Kids

September - NYC - Pier I Summer Event III

September 14 - Hamptons - Potluck Dinner

August 10th – California - Dinner Guadalajara Grill

July 30 – NYC – Summer Event II piericafe.com

July 25 – Riverhead – Brazilian Carnival http://meetu.ps/2JBTSq

June 24 – Mid Westchester – Post Meeting Dinner

June 13 – Riverhead - Annual Baiting Hollow Spring Brunch

June 11th – NYC – Pier I Dinner piericafe.com

June 9th Event – NYC – Fitness Class for Moms and Kids

May 17th – Nassau Chapter, Long Island – Spring Brunch

May 17th – Riverhead – Baiting Hollow Vineyard Wine & Music Event

April 25th – Hamptons Chapter - Support Kerry Calvert and the GCTA in their 6th annual GC For a Cure event!!Visit www.gcforacure.com

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