Posts in category "Widow"

Transcendence Movie Review: Would You Want to Live Forever?

Transcendence Movie Review: Would You Want to Live Forever?
by Dawgelene Sangster- When death comes knocking, will you be willing and ready to answer the door to the potential end of your life? Or, will you talk to death through the door and windows trying to prolong your inevitable end? These are the questions that I asked when watching TRANSCENDENCE prescreening this week in... Read more »

10 Tips To Improve Your Relationship

10 Tips To Improve Your Relationship
by Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster Folk that know me know that I value marriage and spent most of my life married until I became a widow in July of 2012. I still value marriage and will someday be a wife again. No marriage is perfect and mine was no exception to that rule. However, over... Read more »

10 Realities to Embrace After Losing Your Spouse

by Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster – I am eight days into my 21-day journey, a march towards the end of my first year as a widow. I recall so many things that we did those final weeks of his life and as I approach the anniversary, I realize that I am so much stronger than... Read more »
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10 Things you should NEVER say to a Widow

by Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster As I approach the one-year anniversary of being a widow, I am realizing that some days I feel as though the pain is so new, and other days it’s more tolerable.  What I have found to be so true to me and from support groups I have interacted with; is... Read more »

To Date or Not: A Widow's 20 Reasons

Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster- The past 6.5 months have been an emotional roller coaster for me. Many days and nights have been spent crying over the loss of my best friend, protector, guardian angel and King. No one really knows the loss of a loved one, especially a spouse, unless you have walked in those... Read more »

A Widow's First New Years Eve

A Widow's First New Years Eve
Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster- The past 14 New Year eves and days have been spent with my late husband, James Sangster. While I knew many of those times he was working the streets as a Chicago Police officer, I would anticipate hearing his car pull in the driveway around 5A.M. on New Years Day, after... Read more »
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