In an Instant, Death Changed Your Life.


Now What?

You’re Feeling… Overwhelmed…Confused…Stressed…Grateful…Anxious…Unprepared… Lonely…Guilty…Fearful…Scattered… Relief…Panicked…Love…Apathetic… Hurt…Despair…Dread…Helpless… Regret…Lost…Crazy…or any number of other emotions that are ALL NORMAL!

When a loved one dies, it can bring the strongest to our knees. Or, it can bring out strengths we never imagined existed.

The good news is that most people (sometimes in spite of themselves), have what is called “uncomplicated grief.”

That is, given enough time, a grieving person is able to redefine a new “normal” in life.

What is a new “Normal?”

Your new “normal” emerges as you learn to cope and adjust to life without your loved one. It requires you to take an active role in your journey, rather than being a passive observer. You need to adopt a role of “intentional doing.” That’s not the same as engaging in busywork, so you don’t have to deal with your feelings. This is about taking control of the experiences surrounding the loss of your loved one. Aside from the feelings of grief, you are going to have to do things you’ve never done before; and learn things you never knew before. Add the rollercoaster of emotions to the stress of being forced out of our comfort zones, and we can quickly become overwhelmed.

When you do nothing you feel overwhelmed and powerless. But when you get involved you feel the sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better.
~Maya Angelou

The Question becomes “How do you go on living when a loved one has died?”

Transitional Triumphs, Inc. has designed this website specifically for those having experienced the death of a loved one. It provides practical, actionable information and resources on topics relevant to issues you might be facing. Articles and videos that you can expect to see include~

  • Information on Social Security
  • Discussions on Settling an Estate, Wills & Trusts
  • Finances, Budgeting & Debt
  • Veterans Benefits
  • Sorting, Downsizing & Moving
  • Learning Life Skills
  • Grief & Gratitude
  • Career & Employment
  • Relationships


  • It’s a community where Head & Heart meet Hands & Feet.

    You don’t have to make this journey alone. Join us, today and unlock an online community that understands the challenges of losing a loved one.

    Learn, Laugh & Cry as you navigate the coming days, weeks and months ahead. Find your strength in the small victories. Feel the joy in the life you shared. Talk about your loved one often, and make sure to say his or her name. Be gentle with yourself. Make sure you’re eating healthy and getting enough rest. Get outside, if possible, and take a walk. Stay away from non-prescription drugs and alcohol--they only delay the grief process. Try meditation and yoga to help quiet your mind.

    And, become a member of the Transitional Triumphs community, today. Click HERE to compare membership levels.