In 2006, after the death of her husband, Richard Carlson, Ph.D., author of the best-selling "Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff" books, Kristine Carlson felt a loss that sent her on a healing journey through grief.
Our dates were lively and fun, and he was really cute.
It had been ages since I’d felt that way about anyone, and I was so happy and relieved.
Decide that you want to be the best version of yourself so that you can attract the most possibilities.
“Ultimately, it’s about choosing to live your life.” Jackie Dishner, grandmother to three toddlers and author of Backroads & Byways of Arizona, writes from Phoenix, Arizona, mostly about food & wine, lifestyle and travel.
From that experience, she created a grief support group and wrote a book about the grieving process called "Heart-Broken Open." Although dating is not the reason her readers visit the site or buy her book, it is a topic of discussion that comes up and is addressed, and Carlson, who is grandmother to two young boys, does have a lot to say about it.
As a widow myself, I know it’s not an easy transition to make.So what should you do when you find yourself interested in dating someone who’s been widowed?Learn how to pursue the relationship in a healthy and respectful manner.I was sure he felt the […] Read more What is self-esteem?Your self-esteem reflects the core beliefs you have about yourself.Tip #7: Don’t take on the role of victim If you’ve taken on the role of victim, Carlson suggests leaving the “perpetual pity party” so you can transition into your new life as a single woman.