WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — In Leslie Gray Streeter's new book, 'Black Widow,' she says she didn't write a how-to guide on how to grieve after losing a spouse.
"The grieving person owes you nothing!" exclaimed Streeter.
Leslie's says there are two things you shouldn't say to widows:
- Your spouse in a better place
- Your spouse is with God now
"Grief is universal, everyone experiences it, and it is also very personal. It is NOT your business how someone else grieves unless they're hurting yourself or other people. It's not your business how long they are sad. It's not your business how long they are happy," advised Streeter.
Watch the video below to listen to more from Streeter: