A husband's death is possibly the most devastating event a woman will experience. She might wonder if she can make it on her own. She may feel overwhelmed and not know what to do next without her partner. Can be a scarey time.
Kathleen's guidebook helps widows be more confident, knowledgeable and secure about their money matters. The book integrates basic financial information with self-reflective exercises that encourage financial self-assurance. Kathleen is honest about her own struggles as a widow, and she expresses empathy for others. This unique guidebook is presented in a beautiful format, to help heal a woman's soul as well as gently focus on money matters.
The book is not intended to teach widows everything about money and financial planning immediately. Rather, widows are invited to begin looking at their money issues and then take action in ways that builds confidence . . . as they transition into a new financial life on their own.
Who Gives the Guidebook to Widows:
~75,000 copies in circulation
Other widows • financial advisors • attorneys • friends • relatives • CPAs • grief support groups • U.S. Army Survivor Outreach Services • clergy • hospice • insurance companies • brokerage firms • chaplains • life coaches • foundations and other nonprofits • counselors • funeral homes • Stephen Ministry programs • parish nurses • women's resource centers