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Unfortunately, this is often the trend among widows today.
Aside from the general trends, many widows or widowers able to cope with the changes in lifestyle – both socially and economically.
When married couples live together for many years, they create an economic system to support each other.
Whether one spouse is the breadwinner of the couple or both provide an equal share in the finances, the couple becomes dependent on one another to establish a stable household.
We think it’s important to know that widowhood can be the most difficult and distressing time in a person’s life.
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The Encyclopedia of Aging states that “widowed older women, on average, report lower incomes and are more likely to be poor than are other groups of elderly persons”.
Furthermore, the economic issues of widowhood bring greater stress to women than men.
When a husband or wife is tragically lost, the widow or widower is left to adapt to a new lifestyle and a new sense of independence.
Unfortunately for many, this leads to departure from previous social circles, which can result in loneliness, anxiety, and depression.
Those who have not experienced widowhood cannot truly empathize and understand the loss and devastation that individual is feeling.