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Widower’s Journey

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Widower’s Journey

A mental, fitness, health podcast from Herb Knoll

“Widower’s Journey Podcast” is part of a support network for men who have been widowed or lost a spouse or life partner. Author Herb Knoll discovered upon losing his wife to cancer, that there were really no support services available to grieving men. He wrote a book “The Widower’s Journey” as a way to help other men who were going through the same situation. It was followed by a Facebook group that now serves over 1,800 in 38 countries.

This podcast features interviews with widowers and experts, and provides a community for men going through this difficult time, with followers in 44 countries.

To learn more about the Widowers Support Network, see It is also recommended that you subscribe on this podcast site so you are notified when a new podcasts become available. Look for “Subscribe to RSS Feed,” in the center of the page - see row of four icons.

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