Basic planning now can prevent some confusion and frustration during even more stressful times.
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Members of MOAA's Surviving Spouse Advisory Council share how they are coping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Looking back at accomplishments from the past year and highlighting goals for 2020.
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The holiday season can be tough for some, especially those who recently have lost a love one.
Jayne Henley-Davis wants to ensure other surviving spouses have the support they need, especially immediately after the death of their spouse.
These eight tips can help you manage and overcome stress.
MOAA’s Surviving Spouse Virtual Chapter is an affinity group whose members can share information and ideas in a virtual environment with others seeking to work together adjusting to a new “normal.”
It’s important caregivers also take time to care for themselves. Community resources can help with that.
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