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Death & Dying: Widows & Widowers Newsletters

Doors Close, Doors Open - Professional psychologist's book on the process of widowhood.

Flying Solo - Commercial site with information for those who are new at living life alone. Includes issues in widowhood.

GROWW - Grief Recovery Online, GROWW, is members helping members after the loss of a loved one. Offering Chat Rooms, Message Boards, Library and Resources.

Loners of America - Private group for senior single Recreational Vehicle enthusiasts who are widow, widower, divorced, single-by-choice.

New Hope - New Hope is an organization committed to encouraging and helping those who have lost a spouse to death. Bi-monthly newsletter, from BC, Canada.

Seattle Widowed Young Persons' Support Site - The support is specifically geared to younger men and women who are dealing with grief and non-end-of-life issues, who have lost a spouse or partner.

Social Security for Widows and Children - From MoneyWatch a monthly column by Jane Bryant Quinn in Good Housekeeping magazine.

The Survivor's Guide - A Handbook for: Discovering and Obtaining Death Benefits

Widow Weeds - The site is written and maintained by Linda DeVault, who was widowed at the age of 33 in late 1997. Personal journal. Email newsletter at Onelist.

Widowed at Onelist - This list is for anyone who has had a spouse die. This is for you even if you have moved on and are with someone else.

#widow/ers - Cindy's Home Page for the #widow/ers chat channel on

WidowNet - An information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery, and other information helpful to those who have suffered the death of a spouse.

WidowNet - Widow Mailing List

WidowNet - Widowhoods Mailing List

Young Widows and Widowers, Ltd. - Widows and widowers in the group range in age from 20ís to 50ís. Many are parents of very young or school-age children and all subscribe to our philosophy of turning grief into growth.

Young Widows at Onelist - I have been looking for a widows list and was unable to find one so I made one I am 35 years old and a widow for many years. I would like to share experience with othe young widows. - This group is for young widow/widowers to discuss dealing w/ the loss of a spouse, single parenthood issues, dating again, financial considerations and any other matters related to widowhood.

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