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widower

a man whose wife has died and who has not remarried
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The Government is committed to providing ongoing support for our veterans, war widows and widowers, current serving Australian Defence Force personnel and their families.
Please remember war widows/ widowers have their own state pensions reduced due to overlapping benefits.
Many widowers spend the rest of their lives mourning and living in the past.
We will learn to love again," said Evelia Tanola, the 59yearold president of YLHC, a social club formed last December to provide a network of support for more than 30 grieving Yolanda widows and widowers, mostly fishermen and fish vendors from Barangay Cogon here.
Forty percent of widows polled reported negative lifestyle changes the year following the loss, compared to 24 percent of widowers.
The message of The Widower's Guide is found in giving the widower permission to keep living.
THE widower 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.
Deborah van den Hoonaard seeks to close gaps in research on how widowers make sense of their situations, and how men "often .
How many people do you know who are widowers at 30?
Widows and widowers of service personnel whose spouses died as a result of an injury or illness attributable to their military service, and who are in receipt of a UK war widow or widower's pension, are also eligible.
A MERSEYSIDE man has lost an eight-year campaign for equal rights for widowers.