When a spouse passes away, you lose your most intimate connection in life. It was in the home that you built together where you felt most like yourself. You were able to bare your soul -- the good, the bad and the ugly -- and still be loved and accepted. Now that he or she is gone, you may be set adrift without a tether to anchor you securely. And so you flail loosely about as you navigate the stormy sea of your life until you can "right your ship" and sail back into life.

 

After being roughly tossed about on your grief journey, figuratively speaking, you attempt to take tentative steps to reconnect. However, similar to when you get off a boat and the ground still rolls, so your footing can be somewhat tenuous at first. Additionally, you may have spent a lot of time alone during your mourning and now your social skills might be a little rusty. Down the road, you might even want to look for new love and you feel a little apprehensive about that, too. This is a perfectly normal feeling, for who knows how to connect to the opposite sex after being out of the dating scene for so long?

 

In the following video, I provide you with a concrete method and a tool to utilize that will allow you to practice your connectivity skills ... although I apologize ... for it is for women only!

 

On the surface, I am going to tell you about a hair accessory, but it is truly so much more.

       ~It's so powerful that it can remind you that you know how to laugh and smile, despite

         your  great loss.

       ~It can provide a little respite from a dark day you may be experiencing.

       ~It is an easy way to give yourself a "pick-me-up" while it makes you feel good about

         yourself and how you look.

       ~It is a conversation magnet for it naturally draws people to you -- men included!

       ~As a bonus, it can also help you earn money or generate funds to donate to a charity of

          your choosing.

 

Please watch the video, and for more information about this product, visit the website I created at http://www.LightenUpAndSmile.blogspot.com. Connect with me on Facebook, too, at http://bit.ly/moa9in.

 

Enjoy and learn how you can find your smile again!





Ellen Gerst, a grief and relationship coach, is also the author of several books including "Suddenly Single" and "Love After Loss:Writing The Rest of Your Story." Both books are born from a combination of her experience as a young widow and her professional expertise. For more information on her services and products, visit her website and connect with her on Facebook on Finding Love After Loss and Thin Threads of Grief and Renewal.

 

 

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