The widowhood effect: What it’s like to lose a loved one so young – The Globe and Mail

| December 31, 2016

When her husband died at 36, Christina Frangou was a statistical outlier, a young widow. She soon discovered that there was a name for the phenomenon surrounding her devastating grief and the toll it takes on those left behind

Source: The widowhood effect: What it’s like to lose a loved one so young – The Globe and Mail

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Just a small town widow living in a lonely world looking for a midnight train going anywhere but here.
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