Losing a loved one is never an easy situation and something that happens to all of us at one point. This week we highlight Christina Rasmussen, a woman that lost her husband of ten years after a battle with cancer who is now working to help others cope with loss. In this edition of Women Working to Do Good, the author writes:
The main thing Christina wants people to know is that “when a life interruption occurs, you shouldn’t try to go back to the life you had before. It doesn’t work out. That’s why you need to allow change in as early as possible and you have to plug yourself into your new life in increments.”
Christina’s work has helped countless individuals begin the healing process after losing a loved one. During this holiday season, let’s all cherish the time we have with our friends and family.
Ronnie Cho is Associate Director of the Office of Public Engagement