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‘No one could relate': widows speak out on losing spouse at young age

Nine days after her husband died unexpectedly, Sheryl Sandberg took to Facebook to describe her return to the sidelines for her daughter’s soccer game. There, a grandmother who had been widowed prematurely years earlier offered her a chair.

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Love In the Air at ‘Camp Widow’

Tanya Villanueva Tepper was thinking wedding plans -- not widowhood -- the morning of September 11, 2001. Her fiancé, a New York City firefighter, was among the thousands killed when the Twin Towers were attacked. She was forced to learn how to live every day without her Sergio.

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Camp Widow Helps People Cope With Loss Of Loved One

Thousands of widowed people from nearly every state and from as far away as Australia gathered in San Diego Friday to participate in Camp Widow, a three-day camp where those who have lost a mate can share encouragement and help others overcome the loss.

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Ventura widow finds comfort in local support group

To this day, the thunder of a passing train hurtles Brandi Tillery back into grief as sharp as the day of her husband’s funeral.

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Camp Widow coming to Tampa to help rebuild lives

Lymphoma took Dusti Manning's husband days before their first anniversary, leaving the Tampa woman to raise a 10-week-old baby alone. She was newly widowed at 29. So was Crystal Herrera of Palm Beach County, whose husband died of heart failure with their baby daughter in his arms and a son in his wife's belly.

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Camp Widow: Where Death Sucks, Widows Rock, and Hope Matters

Anyone who is struggling trying to cope with the loss of their life partner will agree: there are no words to fully express how painful, challenging, and lonely the long journey to learning to live again can be, with a heart that's been pulverized by shards of broken dreams.

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