The hardest words for us to hear are

The hardest words for us to hear are

“We wish we had known about you earlier.”
If you, and family members or friends are grieving the death of a loved one no matter how long ago who need support from those members that understand and do get it.
If you have family members or friends that have lost a loved in death no matter how long ago who need support from those that understand and do get it.
Invite them to come to our website Http://www.Safehavenforwidowed.org/

For all who’ve lost a partner: women, men, and straight, LGBT, all ages, kids of all ages, no kids, unmarried, all religions or no religion, all races, non-discriminating or judgmental.
Join others also on the same journey and path, who totally understand. You can find members to chat with in or chatroom, we also have forums to participate in, and posts to read or write plus offer other resources.
Our website and chat rooms are safe, secure, and confidential, moderated, and monitored.
7 days a week, 24 hours and 365 days a year.
You don’t have to be alone we do understand and we do get it, and if you need to let it out \ vent this is the place in safe, secure, confidential environment where there is no judging, discrimination in a friendly family environment.

Author: Tracy Crain

Tracy joined Safehavenforwidowed.org on January 10th, 2010, going through her own grief losing her husband James on June 15th, 2007. In 2009 Tracy became a volunteer room moderator supporting others on this long road so they are not alone, in 2011 she joined the administration here as our Assistant Director under Bill and continued to moderate the chat rooms and give support to members and others. On October 21st, 2013 she was faced with the loss her sister Karen and only sibling this devastated Tracy. Tracy today is now raising her niece Kathryn, who is 13 years old. On January 21, 2016 she was promoted to Director of Safehavenforwidowed.org Tracy is the backbone of Safehaven for widowed; and our gatekeeper, she knows all that goes on here at Safehaven for widowed.

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