Linda Lindholm


Linda Lindholm is an attorney who has specialized in trusts and estates for over twenty years. She was inspired to write Widow's Key as a guide for her widowed clients to use after the loss of a loved one. Linda's compassionate and realistic approaches to grief, reinvention of self, legal and financial matters and life adjustments have established her as a knowledgeable guide for life transitions. Widow's Key won the 2011 IPPY national book award for an independent book in the field of aging, death and dying.

Linda lives in Salem, Oregon near the donation land claim of her Oregon Trail pioneer ancestors. She stays involved in speaking, training sessions, legacy letter creation, private coaching, hospice work, conducting tours/pilgrimages to sacred places and her website (, in addition to pursuing her love of travel and photography.

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Widow's Key: Innovative Approaches for Overcoming Personal Loss
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 125,050. Language: English. Published: September 30, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Stress, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Aging well
Like a storm, death can overtake you, often fiercely and without warning. Your whole life changes in an instant. Widow's Key is a comprehensive step-by- step guide for before, during and after the death of a spouse or any significant personal losses. A national book award winner, Widow's Key provides practical detailed methods for proven life-altering transitions from widowhood to selfhood.

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