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Ms. Fleet is an honoree and recipient of the 2008 Embrace Life Award from State Farm Insurance Companies and is a Founding Case Library Author for, "The Hot Mommas Project"; housed at George Washington University, Washington D.C.
Syd Harriet, Ph.D, Psy.D has one doctorate in interpersonal and family communications from the University of Oregon and a second in clinical psychology with an emphasis in behavioral science from the University of Denver. He has been a licensed psychotherapist in private practice since 1983, has written numerous articles on bereavement and conducts monthly workshops and seminars offering support strategies for coping with the loss of a loved one, friend, health, home, income and even the loss of a pet.
Great book. I lost my husband almost 2 years ago and this book helped me a lot. Specially for a 27 years old widow.Published 6 days ago by cristina
Purchased for a friend. She lives in another state. I don't know how much she liked it.Published 11 days ago by Terri T.
It's not about the shoes -- it's about the attitude! The empathetic support and practical advice in this book (and Fleet's later book, Happily Even After) helped me to stop crying,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathleen H Sabaini
Easy to read. I like that it gives you space in the book to write out answers to questions asked in the book. I would recommend this to any young/young-is widow.Published 7 months ago by ZoeT
The author describes all of the challenges widows have after their husbands pass away. This includes judgments made by neighbors on how she should live her life, raise her... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Barbara Fifield
I really enjoy this book and now follow the author on FB. Great concept and the name is a true killer for modern society that have not come to terms with modern widows.Published 18 months ago by Virginia Garcia
Amazing ... Wishing I had this at the start of my journey. A great read. Highly recommend this for grievers.Published 20 months ago by Therese King