After one person in a marriage has died, the surviving spouse is known as a widow (female) or widower (male). This category contains sites about support and resources for widows and/or widowers.
Elizabeth Berrien is a Certified Creative Grief Coach and founder of Soul Widows, a support group for young widows.
About the book and author. Also links to the MSN support group for widows.
Anne Fielding describes the principles she learned from Eli Siegel, the great American poet who founded the education of Aesthetic Realism.
Kate Boydell's online resource for anyone who has lost a partner.
US based. Resources, community, support and live events for widows.
Provides support and help to make new friends, find a new beginning and a life full of social activities.
Encouragement for those who have lost a spouse. Bi-monthly newsletter, from BC, Canada.
A national charity for men and women who have lost their spouse or partner whilst serving in the RAF at the time of their death or who died within two years of leaving the RAF.
Community for widowed men and women with understanding, friendship, inspiration, and encouragement. US based.
The WWA exists to improve the conditions of War Widows and their dependents in Great Britain.
A national charity in the UK for men and women aged 50 or under when their partner died.
An active bulletin board for young widowed people (both men and women) across the world.
Irish online support for widows and widowers, young and older. Converse with others through the forum. Moderator, Colette Byrne.
Forum/ message board for those who have lost a spouse.
Connects peers with each other for friendship and sharing. The moderators, administrators, and others involved in running this site are not professionals.
An online resource for widows and widowers in Canada, providing information and services needed following the loss of a loved one.
An information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery, and other information helpful to those who have suffered the death of a spouse.
A website for the welfare of widows in India.
Information and resources aimed at helping widows in developing countries, including news, legal archives, literature and events listings.
An online resource for widows. Featuring stories of international widows, widows in the arts, news, and a photo gallery.
Discussion group of young women who have lost their husbands. Links to member pages.
A "sister/ brother list" to 'youngwidows' which is a very active support group for woman. Enjoy the fellowship of men and women who understand your hardships and joys.
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