Deep down, most widowers
don't want to live alone, as they are afraid of losing someone again.
Cogon, a coastal village of more than 3,200 people, became the locus of grief when the storm killed 158 villagers, making widows and widowers
of more than 70 surviving spouses.
The message of The Widower
's Guide is found in giving the widower
permission to keep living.
of a Midland GP who said he was being discriminated against because he is a man has lost his landmark legal case against the Department of Health.
In Chapter 6, she shows that the Floridians were much more comfortable having women take initiative in relationships than were the Canadian widowers
A MERSEYSIDE man has lost an eight-year campaign for equal rights for widowers
If the ruling had gone in Mr Hooper's favour, it would have set a groundbreaking precedent for thousands of widowers
who claim they have been discriminated against by the Government.
near Eglin Air Force Base, provides rent subsidy and other support to indigent widows and widowers
of retired enlisted Airmen 55 and older.
Nieboer, Lindenberg, and Ormel (1999) found that older widowers
scored considerably lower on measures of well-being than older widows for two years of bereavement following the death of a spouse.
are more uncomfortable than widows in planning social interactions and seeking help when needed (Lieberman, 1996; Lopata, 1982), and they are vulnerable to loneliness (Dykstra, 1995; Lund, Caserta, & Dimond, 1986; Stevens, 1995) and depressive symptoms during bereavement (Byrne & Raphael, 1999, Farberow, Gallagher, Gilewski, & Thompson, 1992; Lee, DeMaris, Bavin, & Sullivan, 2001).
Hundreds of would-be widows and widowers
have applied for matrimony since.
Also, the 15% rate bracket for married taxpayers filing jointly and qualifying widowers
has expand ed to twice that of single fliers.