The New York Times
Published: June 1, 2012
As widows, we have entered a world of grief for which we are not prepared. There is no rule book, and nobody knows how long the pain will last. When you are taken to a hospital for an operation, you consent to the treatment and you receive instructions on what to expect. There is no such thing for grief, for which consent is not required.
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