Being a Widower

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“One of the toughest parts of being a widower is doing the things that my wife did. After she passed I had to learn a lot of stuff.

My daughter is going away and I had to pack all her stuff. It was very stressful but last night my daughter said how proud of me she was. “You are bald and remembered head bands and elastics.” I think that was one of the best things she could have said. Not because I am bald but because she knows that my world is all about her and all the hard work I do she can see and loves me for it.

I am not saying this to be full of myself I am just trying to say if a bald widower can remember hair products than I am sure you can do anything.”

Family Lives On Foundation, supports the kids whose mother, or father, has died. Available anywhere in the United States, Family Lives On serves all children & teens ages 3-18, regardless of race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status or cause of parent’s death.

The Tradition Program is grounded in research and a number of clinically identified needs in bereaved children. Traditions provide a more natural context for communication and connection, and help children to maintain a healthy emotional bond.  Here’s how it works.

To learn more about the Tradition Program, please use this link.

Donate to Support the Tradition Program

Family Lives On Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Tradition Program is entirely funded through charitable donations. If you would like to help support the grieving children and families we serve, please donate here.

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