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“Grief can cause such an imbalance not only in the physical body, but for the mind, emotions, and spirit. It’s good to read about the many different ways the authors developed their own unique self-care plan. There truly isn’t a one-size-fits-all plan!”

— Christiane Northrup, M.D., ob/gyn physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers         Goddesses Never Age, Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom, and The Wisdom of Menopause

“It is so inspiring to read how these three courageous widows have not allowed grief to stop them from moving forward in life. I hope their heartfelt stories and life lessons provide solace and comfort to women and men who like me, journeyed to find understanding, wisdom, and strength. Know that there are many of us who share in this struggle and our bond, cemented in the love for those we’ve lost will see us through.”

— Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, New Mexico

“This book is a much needed treat for the widow’s lonely soul. The stories of Trish, Peggy, and Jennifer’s strength and resilience, and their ability to heal and start anew in the face of the ups and downs and pains and heartaches that come with the loss of a spouse are revivifying. It’s liberating to finally understand that this loss is not the destination, it’s not the end of the story, it’s a part of a journey that could be the mere seeds of an amazing beginning.” 

— Homayoun Sadeghi, MD., ob/gyn physician and author of The Art of Healthy Living

“Wonder Widows is written with depth, honesty and sensitivity. The unique stories that Trish, Peggy and Jennifer share are truly inspirational for all widows who wish to rediscover the joy in living.”

— Weam Namou, award-winning author of 13 books, including Healing Wisdom for a Wounded World and Mesopotamian Goddesses: Unveiling Your Feminine Power

“Wonder Widows captures the pain to power journey of three women who came together after the loss of their husbands. Their processes throughout their journeys through these heartbreaking losses and their grief are skillfully organized and listed to help the reader navigate the grieving process.  I wish this book had been available to guide me in the loss of my husband and in counseling my clients through the world of pain, loss and transformation after the death of a spouse. Now, Wonder Widows and the hope of promise of change are here to facilitate the journey for the reader.”

— Joan Dalton-Boyd, M.A., Grief and Transition Counselor and educator

“Authors Trish Comer, Peggy Langenwalter & Jennifer Cox-Horak are not only friends and neighbors, all three are widows, each with their own unique story to share. Together, and with significant sacrifice, Trish, Peggy, and Jennifer will escort you, the reader, through the grief gauntlet they traveled and the countless best practices they learned during the days following their loss. From having intuitions about their husband’s death to his funeral arrangements to relations with family and friends to their emotional pain and personal challenges, these three Wonder Widows hold nothing back.  Candid, direct and on-point, each page of Wonder Widows encourages the reader to read on. Be sure you have a yellow highlighter handy. Whether a woman is a caregiver for her terminally ill spouse or a recent widow (or not so new widow), you’ll want to read the Wonder Widows.” 

— Herb Knoll, author of The Widowers Journey and Founder of Widowers Support Network 

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