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Unlike other firms who are primarily interested in capturing assets and selling products, Resonate is first committed to creating successful outcomes with all clients…this is especially true for widows.

Therefore, we offer flexible processes adaptable to each person’s life circumstances. A Widow’s Walk is often more complicated than other client situations. Our experience is that widows often rush to make decisions when they actually need time to create their new future. We have learned it is not about the time itself but what we do with that time that leads to positive change.

Our process for widows offers a Decision Free Zone which includes the time to:

  • Talk and process the life change—especially if the spouse’s death was sudden
  • Grieve
  • Let go
  • Adjust
  • Visualize and create a new life
  • Acquire the knowledge required to move forward with confidence

We also offer an array of helpful books thoughtfully written by widows for widows in our lending library and sponsor special events just for our widowed clients.

Answer: Grieving is an individual process. There is no “right way to grieve;”  the key is to create a support system that works for you.

Answer: This requires an individual answer and is why we offer a no-obligation, complimentary first meeting.

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Recommended Reading

Widow to Widow

by Genevieve Davis Ginsburg

Thoughtful, practical ideas for rebalancing your new life.

 

 

Resilient Grieving

by Lucy Hone

Personal story and suggestions to help people adapt to change.

I’m Grieving as Fast as I Can: How Young Widows and Widowers Can Cope and Heal

by Linda Feinberg

A guide for young widows and widowers through the normal grieving process.

Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy

by Sheryly Sandberg and Adam Grant

Written by Facebook COO who lost her husband and co-written by psychologist Adam Grant.

Finding Your Way After Your Spouse Dies

by Marta Felber

Honest practical suggestions for surviving the difficult days written by someone who has experienced them.

Guesswork: A Reckoning With Loss

by Martha Cooley

Through evocative imagery and invocations of poetry, we are reminded that art can bring solace and clarity to the greatest pain.

Mindfulness and Grief

by Heather Stang

Guided meditations to calm your mind and restore your spirit.

 

 

On Living

by Kerry Egan

Inspiration and instruction regarding suffering, kindness and finding purpose.

“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”

Confucius

“It’s never too late to start over.”

Lynne Gentry