For Widows Only!
by Annie Estlund
For Widows Only! offers guidelines to deal with the fears and aches of widowhood, while maintaining an upbeat tone and hope for the future.
From One Widow to Another: Conversations on the New You
by Miriam Neff
From One Widow to Another offers practical advice for those facing the loss of a spouse. Drawing from her own loss, Neff walks with the reader through practical issues to a sense of encouragement.
Driving Solo, Dealing with Grief and the Business of Financial Survival
by Susan Covell Alpert
Despite having owned and operated multi-million-dollar businesses, Susan was completely unprepared for what she now calls ‘The Business of Grief.’ What do you file first? To whom do you reach out for help? Who do you trust? Which government and financial institutions do you need to notify, and when? And how do you manage these responsibilities when you can barely get out of bed in the morning?
Moving Forward on Your Own, A Financial Guidebook for Widows
by Kathleen M. Rehl, Ph.D., CFP
A husband’s death is possibly the most devastating event a woman will experience. She might wonder if she will be able to make it on her own. She may feel overwhelmed and not know what to do next without her partner. Kathleen’s guidebook helps widows be more confident, knowledgeable and secure about their money matters. The book integrates basic financial information with self reflective exercises that encourage financial self assurance.”
by Jennifer Black & Janet Baccarani
Managing Alone is simply the most comprehensive and compelling resource for Canadians who have experienced the loss of a spouse. Black and Baccarani’s long and distinguished careers helping widows master their finances, speaks to how this book came to be written, what they believe and why they are distinguished thought leaders on a subject so many advisors have shied away from. Tom Deans Ph.D., Author of the Best-selling books “Every Family’s Business” and “Willing Wisdom”.