Widow We Do Now is a podcast created by two young widows, Anita and Mel. Through humor, authenticity, and empathy, they address topics related to grief, death, bereavement, and moving forward through the inescapable pitfalls of young widowhood. They also love cheese.
Episode 65 | Grief Chats with Dana and Mira
Anita and Mel meet their dopplegangers, Mira and Dana, of Grief Chats, and discuss many taboo things. Check them out (Dana) www.forcedjoyproject.com & @forcedjoyproject (Mira) www.newmoonmira.com & @newmoonmira and help keep the conversations...
Widowsode | Widowed Moms vs Kidless Wids
Who has it worse? Better? Neutral? Anita (mom of 4 kids) and Mel (zero kids and all the dogs) discuss the down and dirty of these different flavors of widowhood.Help us keep the podcast going by joining our Patreon starting at just $5 -...
Episode 64 | Melissa Gould: Widowish
Anita and Mel interview author, screenplay writer, and widow, Melissa Gould. Check out Melissa and her book at http://www.widowish.comJoin Anita and Mel's Patreon starting at $5:www.patreon.com/wwdnWant to buy us some...
Widowsode | In-Laws
Do you have mentally unstable, abusive in-laws, in-laws that handle all situations with the stability and kindness of the Buddha, or somewhere in between? Join Anita and Mel in discussion of this tricky topic. For more, check out podcast Episode 39:...
Episode 63 | Kirsten Stromberg, Imposter Widow Extraordinaire
Anita and Mel discuss Easter, vacations with kids, tapping (EFT), and other helpful trauma tips. Kirsten Stromberg joins the conversation and tells her widowhood story and shares what it's like to lose your person to a rare, genetic cancer during...
Widowsode | To Ring or not to Ring?
To Ring or not to ring? That is the question widows want to know. Should you keep wearing it after your person is gone? Should you take it off immediately? Is there a timeline? Join the discussion and let us know what you think!Join Anita and Mel's ...
Just 2 young widows
As a young widow, you are faced with a complete change in the structure of how you live you life, in addition to grieving the person you loved most and the future you were planning together. I was sorely unprepared 4 months ago when my husband died. Anita and Mel get this, but they aren’t brought down by it. They look at widowhood with honesty, compassion, and even humor. The podcast is a mix of storytelling with guests and lessons on grief that are educational without being preachy, which I think sets them apart from similar podcasts. If you are missing your person, if you have kids, if you don’t have kids, listen to these women and know you are not alone.
Rating from a non-Widow
I’m not a widow myself but I have been loving listening to this podcast after a sweet cousin of mine became one. This podcast has helped me become more aware of the struggles that widows face and how I can be a support to them. Much love for Anita, Mel and everyone who is a widow/widower. ❤️
Love these widows!!
I’m not a widow. But I have friends who are, and I might well be one someday! I heard Anita interviewed on a another podcast and was drawn in by her vulnerability, honesty, and humor about such a difficult life experience. So I came to hear more and found Mel! Both women offer their unique and shared experiences to let others understand what a complex mix of joy and pain this life can encompass. I love what they are doing.