When you think of someone who is a widow, most of us imagine a woman in her 80s or 90s, but according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average age of widows is 59-years-old, but many are much younger.
In fact, almost 2,800 women become widowed every day.
In Healthy Living with Whitney Amann, she has more on the modern widows club, one organization helping women survive and thrive after losing a spouse. Vashon began writing after her husband’s death and published finding joy after loss.
The modern widows club has grown to 22 chapters in 17 states.
For more information or to find a chapter in your state,