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Do you understand life, death, and the big things more than you used to?

Are you more aware of what matters, and less tolerant of the "small stuff?"

Will you ever care about your friends' kitchen renovations again?

How about other changes... in your confidence, your self-definition, your actual life circumstances (not just financially)... are you more "YOU" now? Are you working on it? Or do you just want to get back to the way things were?

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I have no idea if I'm wiser.  Is that suppose to be a part of widowhood?

Regards,

Susan

Hi Susan and no is is not a part of widowhood. Wise has a different meaning for everyone. I do believe each of  us are wiser in our own way since starting this journey. May you have a good day. Peace and hugs. Janet

Thank You for words Janet :-) 

    The only way I can think of that I have changed, is that I have found my voice. A bit more outspoken. 

Susan

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