Always stay true to who you are, deep down inside. It sounds easy, but there are those around you who will try to change who you are and what you stand for. It cannot be done and moreover, it should not be done. Everyone has dreams. Some of your dreams will come true. Some dreams will come true even bigger and better than you could have ever imagined. Some dreams will be realized right away and other dreams will come true later on in your life. Some dreams may never come true - but that should not ever stop you…
Carole Brody Fleet is the award-winning author of Happily EVEN After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond!) the Grief of Widowhood (Viva Editions) and the national bestselling and critically acclaimed, Widows Wear Stilettos... (New Horizon Press); as well as the author and executive producer of the bestselling CD, Widows Wear Stilettos: What Now?. She is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Widows Wear Stilettos, Inc. and the popular website, WidowsWearStilettos.com, helping the widowed of all ages find support and education for themselves and for their children.
Widely recognized and highly regarded as a leader in the areas of grief and loss recovery, Ms. Fleet has appeared on such shows as "Good Morning America", "The CBS 2 Evening News" and many other regional and local programs around the country. Ms. Fleet regularly appears as a guest expert on numerous radio programs nationally and internationally and has been featured in publications such as Women's World Magazine, More Magazine, Shape Magazine, Psychology Today Magazine, USA Today and hundreds of newspapers, magazines and websites both nationally and internationally.
Ms. Fleet addresses a wide variety of topics; including, but not limited to loss and post-loss issues; as well as matters relating to financial transition after loss or divorce; raising children who have lost a parent; re-entering the world of dating and love; fashion, beauty, diet and exercise and most importantly, making a return to a fulfilling and abundant life after the loss of a spouse; as well as after any kind of loss, tragedy, challenge or life difficulty.