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Widowhood is the state of being a widow or widower: a person whose spouse has passed away. This is a situation that no one wants to be in, but it is something that can happen, and that you and your family should be prepared for financially. When this kind of painful, life altering event occurs, it's important to have the structure in place for you and your family to be protected, and this year on Financially Ever After Widowhood, Stacy Francis is going to be talking to a diverse lineup of ex ...
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A young widow challenges the expectations that society puts on those experiencing the death of a partner. Through raw honesty, shared realities, and candid humour, expect to learn everything you never knew about being widowed... @thewidowhoodpodcast on Instagram and Facebook. Contact: thewidowhoodpodcast@gmail.com TRIGGER WARNING: This podcast deals with themes of death, sex and contains explicit language.
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Many people talk about the ups and downs of married life, but few prepare for the worst-case scenario when a spouse passes away. Marriage is a journey, a stage in life shared by two people on a path that is meant to be walked together. But what happens when you lose your partner? How does one deal with this permanent separation? Welcome to Tina's Widowhood Real Talk, a safe space for widows and widowers, as well as their loved ones, to talk and listen to stories of love and loss. Tina R. For ...
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Join us for a deeply moving episode as we explore the profound journey of Jessica Garland, whose life was forever changed by unimaginable tragedy. From the joys of motherhood to the depths of grief, Jessica bravely shares her story of love, loss, and resilience in the face of adversity. Jessica opens up about the loss of her daughter, Kendra. From …
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What are the key considerations when navigating the complex world of Medicare and health insurance as you approach age 65? In this episode, Riitta Schoenfeld, a Medicare expert, delves into the intricacies of Medicare, discussing eligibility, different plan options, penalties, and the importance of understanding your healthcare coverage. Join us as…
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Navigating the grief process is hard, and nobody knows just how tough it is better than the person who is going through it. But even the most challenging aspects of the whole healing journey are surmountable with the right mindset and tools. In this episode, Tina Fornwald takes special attention to speak to us about navigating the tough part of gri…
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This Mother's Day, let's celebrate the women who shape our lives with unwavering love, strength, and endless support. Join us for a deeply personal and inspiring conversation with Kimberly Anderson. She shares her remarkable story of honoring her mother, a trailblazer who defied societal expectations at 15 and built a strong, loving family. Through…
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There’s no set timeline for healing; like a trip, there are unexpected turns, roadblocks, or challenges. And that path can be challenging when you lose your child at the hands of your relative. No matter how you lost your child, joining a group like Traveling Through Grief is your first step to finding comfort and building a support system. In this…
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Do you know what steps to take and how to keep yourself secure in the face of a devastating medical diagnosis? In this episode of Financially Ever After Widowhood, host Stacy Francis talks to Candace Dellacona, a family lawyer who helps older adults plan for their future. They discuss how to prepare for long-term care and protect your assets, such …
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There are almost four million widowers in the United States alone. Unfortunately, there are very limited resources and services available that could help them with their grieving process. Fred Colby, a widower himself, is on a mission to make a real difference in this alarming matter. In this conversation, he shares how he raises awareness about th…
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“We will not ascend as a species without going through our grief.” In this insightful episode, Tina Fornwald speaks with Isabelle Zimmerman, a Soul Healer and Ascension Teacher on a mission to illuminate the transformative power of connecting with your Spirit Guides. Isabelle shares her expertise in HeartMath and meditation, emphasizing their benef…
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When you suffer a loss, should you move forward or move on? Nikki Sewell, a therapist with a personal experience of profound loss, offers a unique perspective on navigating grief and moving forward after the death of both her husband and father by the age of 30. With over 17 years of experience in grief counseling, Nikki emphasizes the importance o…
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When you lose a spouse that you had kids with, you’re not just losing a key part of your life. You’re also losing your biggest support in one of life’s biggest challenges – rearing your children to become the best people they are meant to be. How do you do that when you’re suddenly left on your own? Amy Balchune went through this experience a few y…
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What happens if you utilize the vast reach of social media to spread the joy you discovered from your own sadness? This is exactly what Charniah Wilson is doing through her TikTok, Grief is Ghetto. In our inspiring conversation, she shares how losing her partner in an unexpected tragedy encouraged her to open up about her grieving journey to a wide…
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Have you considered the true cost of healthcare for women, especially in the face of widowhood? Forbes reports that women pay nearly $15 billion more than men in health costs. In this episode of Financially Ever After, host Stacy Francis is joined by Beth Battaglino, the CEO of Healthy Women, and Deb Gordon, the co-founder of Umbra Health Advocacy.…
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Losing a loved one is not just a roller coaster of emotions; it is also an experience full of legalities and paperwork. In this episode, I sit down with lawyer Michelle Farley to have a legal talk about grief, exploring how to get organized for the eventual passing of a partner, a parent, a relative, or even yourself. She explains the importance of…
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Prepare to embark on a deeply moving journey through the intricate landscape of grief, where pain transforms into purpose. In this episode, we unravel the deeply moving narrative of Jason Clawson, a licensed therapist with a heart-wrenching personal love story. In this emotionally charged conversation, Jason courageously opens up about the loss of …
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Losing a spouse is difficult enough, and navigating the complex world of taxes only adds to that burden. In this episode of Financially Ever After, host Stacy Francis is joined by Samantha Harris, CPA, who leads her own tax preparation service company. Together, they provide valuable advice that will help you understand important nuances, file your…
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Trusting your own gut and intuition is never enough to keep a relationship strong and meaningful. You must also know how to read and follow the signs of loves. This is exactly what Gwen Wright did in her life, especially during her grieving journey following the death of his husband Doug. In this episode, she shares how she met her partner in a lit…
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Within the pain lies the power to transform. Today, Tony Lynch shares his journey to show that we all have inner strength and that our deepest wounds can lead to healing. Tony's life story shows how strong people can be, from a difficult childhood to becoming a father, facing loss, and dealing with personal struggles. As an introvert, he shares how…
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What are the key differences between traditional estate planning and elder law planning, and why is it important to consider elder law planning at a younger age? In this episode of Financially Ever After, host Stacy Francis delves into the intricate world of special needs planning and elder law with guest Britt Burner. Together, they navigate the c…
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It's not about having the perfect words, but the genuine willingness to share the silence and hold the space. In this episode, Dr. Christine Kiesinger discusses how to support grieving children. She shares stories of actual children who have gone through losses of a parent or loved one. The children don't want to be treated differently because of t…
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This episode is a love story about one woman's mission to fulfill her promise to her husband. Rosie speaks to Esther Bathers about her husband Stuart, her fertility struggles, and the legacy she has spent the past two years trying to bring to life for him. References mentioned: Instagram @estherbathers Website www.insidestuartshead.com Or Instagram…
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Sometimes, all you need is a good conversation over a cup of coffee. In this episode, Joi Brooks, the host of Email and Coffee, opens up about the profound journey she embarked upon following the loss of her husband, Harry, and the passing of her parents. Joi shares her insights on embracing life with renewed passion, drawing valuable lessons from …
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What if you received a call or email claiming to be from the IRS, demanding immediate payment for back taxes or threatening legal action? How would you react in a moment of heightened emotion and urgency? In this episode of Financially Ever After, Stacy Francis is joined by Kathy Stokes, who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in combating …
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Helping without reservation is a beautiful concept that speaks to the depths of human compassion. But that concept will only be possible for therapists if they help and serve diverse clients without making cultural offenses. In this episode, Tina Fornwald welcomes the licensed marriage and family therapist into the show to share his insights into n…
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Nothing can beat a mother’s love and care. They nurture you ever since you were little and look after you even as an adult. That’s why when they pass away, they leave a huge gap in our hearts. Joining me in this conversation is Mary Parker, who opens up about her grieving journey after her mom Cynthia died. She talks about her fondest memories with…
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Holly Strelzik, a woman who has experienced her fair share of loss and grief, joins Stacy Francis on this episode of Financially Ever After. From a childhood of divorce and estrangement to the death of a close friend and several traumatic events, Holly has cultivated a profound connection to the art of dying and end-of-life care. As an end-of-life …
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Reclaiming your life after losing a loved one is indeed a hard time to get through. What more if you lose someone dear to you in the most sudden way? Speaker and author Michelle Collins shares how mindfulness played a huge role in overcoming the suicide of her husband. She explains the right level of support and witnessing needed by grieving indivi…
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Guilt can sometimes show up in grief. For Jeanette Koncikowski, being a widow brought up many realizations about the challenges that are often overlooked as we grieve our partners. We tend to look back and feel guilty and ashamed, thinking we aren’t good enough. In this conversation, Jeanette joins Tina Fornwald to lay bare her experiences and real…
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So many of us lost loved ones as COVID-19 swept through our communities, each of us with our own story of love and loss. But what about when those stories include our children? Melanese Marr-Thomas is a two-time Amazon bestselling author and entrepreneur, and she joins Stacy Francis on this episode of Financially Ever After Widowhood to share her p…
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The shadows of a tragic event shall cast the beauty of love that radiates between you and your late husband. You will only feel the rhythm of life’s music until you learn to overcome the loss. In this episode, Tawana Proctor-Robinson recounts her life with her husband, Victor, and how he struggled with fentanyl, which led to an accidental overdose.…
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Oftentimes, people are stuck in grief and don't know how to get out of it. And that sucks because most of the time, the other parts of our lives are perfectly fine but we aren’t present enough to enjoy them. Healing from unresolved grief is an active process, not a passive one, as today’s guest explains. Ghulam Fernandes is a grief transformation c…
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Most parents think about the future of their finances, and the legacy that they will leave for their children. This week on Financially Ever After Widowhood, host Stacy Francis talks with renowned trust and estate lawyer Stefan Dunkelgrun about how to effectively plan your children’s inheritance and safeguard it against extravagance and divorce. As…
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This is the podcast’s first episode of the year, and I am here to share my plans for 2024. Join me as I look back on the amazing things that happened in 2023 and talk about the deeper support I want to provide to everyone. I also celebrate the memory of my husband who continues to serve as my inspiration in producing this podcast and guiding other …
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For this year’s final episode, let’s hear from a son’s perspective of his father’s life and death. Alexander Fornwald recounts his memory with his father, Mark Fornwald, and his experience after he passed. Tina explains how helpful it is to have trusting relatives and friends to help you through the grief process, and Alexander shares his perspecti…
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Robert Farrington, founder of The College Investor, is a student loan and financial aid expert. He guides individuals in making wise college decisions and assists families in managing the challenges of student loan debt. In this episode of Financially Ever After Widowhood, Stacy interviews Robert about how single parents can best save for and pay f…
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Life’s precious moments emerge from the dance between joy and grief, proving that even two floors above, we’re never alone. Join us on a heartfelt journey through the pages of life, grief, and the enduring bonds that shape us. Our special guest, Kevin O’Connor, former educator and author of the book “Two Floors Above the Grief,” shares the tales of…
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Being a widow coach isn’t just a career for Maya Tyler. It’s deeply rooted in her own painful experience – an experience that she weaponized to help other widows navigate this tumultuous transition. Widowed at 27, Maya had her own share of what young widows typically experience, with all the judgment and prejudice attached to it. The fact that she …
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Do you have a family business that could disintegrate into awkward disputes or expensive tax fights when you pass away? This week's guest, Michael Levy, knows all about the dramatic infighting and family stress depicted on HBO's acclaimed show Succession in real life! In over 20 years as an estate planning attorney, he has helped hundreds of famili…
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What does a death doula do? Today’s guest will enlighten us on the path she walks. Stephanie Dawson is a retired nurse turned death doula turned grief coach. Stephanie takes us into her journey from a career-ending injury death of a loved one to becoming a death doula. The tragic events may have been painful, but they did not close her doors and, i…
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In our grief journey, we need someone to meet us where we are and to love us unconditionally. But as a person transitioning into the spirit realm, we also need that spiritual and emotional support throughout the end-of-life journey. In this episode, as a Chaplain, Shenaz Halverson brings light into what a Hospice Chaplain does and how her grief hel…
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Jeanne Jacobwitz is a nurse practitioner and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and New York University in the Graduate Midwifery and Women's Health programs. She believes that mental, physical, and financial health are interconnected. After losing her husband and experiencing her own grief journey, she joined The W Connection, a nonprof…
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When life gets tough, it’s easy to fall back into the dark areas of the room. But how can we be a positive light when life happens? The driving force behind Unicorn Universe, Daniel Knight, narrates how his father impacted his life, and when he heard his father transition to the other side, it took him long to experience grief. He also shares the b…
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One of the hardest things to deal with after the passing of a loved one is handling money matters that come with such a loss. Those who are left behind must know the right financial management approaches to avoid putting themselves in even bigger hardships. Exploring everything you need to know about this matter with Tina Fornwald is Financial Coac…
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Cognitive Behavioral and Grief Coach Jordan Schwartz Hendin joins host Stacy Francis to discuss navigating the holidays after losing a spouse. Jordan draws from her personal experiences with grief, having lost her own mother at a young age and supporting her widowed grandmother through multiple losses. Now a professional coach, she works with women…
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The big topic: dating after death...When do you take off your wedding ring? How do you navigate dating apps? What do you tell your friends and family? Rosie speaks to relationship therapist Elinor Harvey about the complications of new relationships after your life partner has died. For more information on Elinor, visit: https://elinorharvey.com/ or…
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Most of the time, people could not find the connection between beauty and death. The pain we feel tends to blind us from that connection. But in this episode, Sarah Hines, the Founder of Grief Advocacy, transforms the narrative of grief because it will never go away, but we can learn to live and move with it. She also shares her experience in death…
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The grief journey is full of streaks of dark and bright colors blended with the wonders of pain, love, and hope. The journey of loss doesn’t have to be dark; it can be a colorful spectrum when we are managing grief through art. In this conversation, Noemi Beres, the co-founder of Podcast Connections, paints us the picture of how her painful journey…
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Irene Weinberg shares her journey from profound grief to a renewed sense of inner strength and spiritual wisdom after losing her husband, Saul, in a tragic car accident. Irene's story goes beyond conventional narratives, exploring a spiritual awakening that shaped her healing journey and led her to a passion for helping other grieving women create …
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Love transcends the boundaries of time and death, reminding us that our pets' spirits continue to shine brightly, guiding us with unwavering devotion. In this episode, Maribeth Decker, MS, MGA, the author of Peace in Passing: Comfort for Loving Humans During Animal Transitions, discusses the profound subject of pet loss and its impact on our lives.…
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Through grief’s darkest night, faith becomes the dawn that guides us to a new day. In this deeply moving episode, we sit down with James Price, a remarkable widower who opens his heart to share the profound story of his loss, healing, and newfound purpose. Life can be heartbreakingly unpredictable, and James knows this all too well. As he candidly …
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In this episode of Financially Ever After Widowhood, Stacy Francis welcomes Sarah Constantine, an accomplished estate planning attorney renowned for helping ultra high net worth individuals presere and transfer their legacies. Sarah’s commitment goes beyond the technical aspects of the law; it stems from a genuine belief in service and a desire to …
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