This interview with Catherine Tidd, author of “Confessions of a Mediocre Widow,” made me think of my mom, who has been through the personal pain and grief of suddenly losing a husband to a tragic accident. I am sharing this for all the men and women who have shared this experience.
As Mrs. Tidd points out, grief takes time and is an ever changing personal experience. “Not one of us is living the life we expected to when we were young. Once you realize that, I think the question becomes what you do with that and how you choose to grow from it.” There are no rights or wrongs with how you feel and there is certainly no timetable for when you should be done grieving. But you do want to find a way to continue living, especially if you have children to care for.
Work with horses can be part of a healing plan. Many find peace and renewal in spending time with the horses. We are here to help if we can. We would be happy to meet with you, introduce you to our wonderful horses, learn more about the challenges you dealing with and we will share with you how we may be able to help. Call or email to schedule a visit.