Announcing The Widowed Mom Podcast!

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Welcome to The Widowed Mom Podcast… a place for those who have lost their significant other and are ready to start the next chapter of their lives. It’s designed to help you move through your grief to grow, evolve and create a future you can actually look forward to!

To celebrate the launch of the podcast, I’ll be giving away five $100 Amazon gift cards to some of my lucky listeners. Keep reading to find out how you can enter!

Get to know me and how this show can help you by listening to my first three episodes. You’ll learn some of my most powerful tools for getting unstuck and moving forward.

I’ll be releasing a new episode every Monday!

You can check out the first episodes here:

  • Ep #1: Game On! – A little bit about me and how I got here, what you can expect from the podcast (and what you can be sure not to get), and a brief, inspirational story that I love. I’ll also teach you something you can use right now to help you get unstuck.
  • Ep #2: Myths of Grief – I’m sharing six myths of grief and walking through why each one is inaccurate. I talk about why grief is a normal, natural response to loss and why some common platitudes about grieving are so off-base. 
  • Ep #3: How to Feel Better Now – The three most common ways of dealing with emotion and why they’re not serving you plus a fourth way to process your emotions and start feeling better right now.

Here’s what you should do right now to sign up for your weekly dose of The Widowed Mom Podcast inspiration:

Subscribing in Apple Podcasts

To subscribe in Apple Podcasts, visit The Widowed Mom Podcast page and click on the “Listen on Apple Podcasts” button.

This will launch Apple Podcasts on your computer and bring up the podcast.

Click on the “Subscribe” button and you’re all set!



You can also listen to the podcast via Spotify, Stitcher Radio, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Review the Podcast and Win

I’ll be giving away five $100 Amazon gift cards to a few lucky listeners who review the podcast in Apple Podcasts.

How to Enter:  Once you’ve listened to an episode or two, click on the “Ratings and Reviews” link on The Widowed Mom Podcast page in Apple Podcasts to leave a review.


Any review qualifies you to win: I want you to be honest, tell me what you think and how I can I help you better.

Unfortunately, Apple Podcasts doesn’t release contact information for reviewers so please email me at with the title of your review for your official entry.

If you haven’t yet, make sure to subscribe in Apple Podcasts now.  Thanks for listening!

You can also find the show on Stitcher and Spotify.

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  • Stephanie Kurdi

    Love it ❤.. helping so many. Great listen for any struggling with grief of any kind.

  • Amy Twiggs

    I have found Krista’s advice and insights to be not only helpful for those suffering with grief and loss but also for those who just need some personal help through daily struggles. Krista has some beautiful ways of providing hope for everyone.

  • Mickie Giera

    The podcasts were inspiring as we work through this new life of widowhood. I like Krista’s advice as she has been there and is very personable in her delivery. Looking forward to more informative podcasts, keep up the good work as we need you.

  • Lanis Hembree

    Excellent advice!!

  • Teresa McQuade

    My pain has been severe after losing my husband to suicide. This has been very helpful, and I appreciate your kindness in in your presentation.

  • Charlene Wolff

    I am looking forward to your future podcasts!

    • Pat

      This was such a good message for me about the Holidays. Your voice is so soothing and reassuring. Holidays are a struggle and she has helped to make me feel different.

  • Ann Osment

    Krista, I have enjoyed listening to the podcast. I like the second episode of Feeling Better N.O.W. . This is something that I can relate to. Thank You for giving me the skills to have a new out look on life.

  • Jo

    I started by listening to the “live” posts on your web page. Always helpful to me. Love the podcasts, since they’re a little longer and can cover more. Thank you for sharing and doing what you do!

  • Carolyn McGonigal

    Why just APPLE PODCASTS?

    • Krista St-Germain

      Hi, Carolyn! The podcast is not just on Apple Podcasts. You can also find it on Spotify and Stitcher. I hope that helps!

  • Jillian Patton

    Your podcasts and Facebook page have helped me when I felt I had nowhere else to turn. Even better than therapy, for me. Thank you for starting all of this. You’ve helped so many people.

  • Elena wagner

    I look forward every week to your podcast. Thank you for helping us gain the strength we need to move forward and deal with our grief.

  • Deirdre

    When my therapist, who was also my deceased husband’s therapist, died unexpectantly, things could have gotten really rough for me. However, having listened to Krista some months before his passing was a saving grace. I feel supported and soothed by her life coaching. Thx, Krista!

  • Tammy Classens

    I lost my husband to Pancreatic Cancer 11 months ago and just found this Podcast and am so grateful and learning to be myself. Krista’s voice is so pleasant and comforting. Thank you! You are my saving grace.

  • Shelley Schneider

    Have lost my husband of 31 yrs from cancer. Among this I have had many family issues thought it all.He passed May 8 th of this yr.

  • Lisa Michaud

    Just started the podcast this morning on my way to work and 2 episodes in and I am hooked. This is exactly what I needed right now in my life and my grief journey. Cant wait to hear more!

  • Jenny

    Thank you for helping me to understand the feelings I have felt since August 2018. My daughter also lost her Dad my husband to cancer after fighting for 3 years and then 6 months later she lost her spouse her sons dad to a tragic accident. I have sent her this podcast to listen to so hopefully this will help her as well as myself. Thank you Krista for your help with our emotions and feelings.

  • Jenn Crockett

    Empowered by your podcast 🌻

  • Stephanie Waaramaa

    I lost my husband almost 4 years ago. I have been receiving your weekly emails which I love. Since Covid-19 has shut everything down I’ve been getting out for walks and listening to your podcasts. They are so helpful. Your voice is so soothing. I’m learning so much especially the podcast about post traumatic growth. Thank you for all your wonderful insight.

    • Krista St-Germain

      Thanks for that, Stephanie! I’m glad it’s helping you. Keep going!!

    • Stephanie Waaramaa

      I forgot to add that my close friend recently lost her hubby and I’ve sent her these podcasts to start to listen too. She is looking forward to them.

  • Tanya Lippre

    I lost my husband January 26,1994, he chose his own way,(took his own life) and as I had to keep going, the best to my knowledge. It seems like someone was handing me to many days at once, so I take my days minute by minute, had trauma after trauma. And only 25years old, my greiving has been on hold. I do like what your doing, I’m proud of you, and you are needed by so many. Jesus loves you, a

  • Curtis Creason

    I just wanted to say thank you! I know this has been geared toward women, but as a widower having lost my wife 2 years ago, I have found a great deal of help from your podcast. Thank you so much!!!

  • Ann

    My husband went to heaven on May 18, 2020 after suffering many years with a movement disorder disease called MSA ( Multiple System Atrophy). I just finished the first podcast, and am so encouraged. I have said “I don’t know” hundreds of times since he left us, but will be intentional in trying to figure out why I am responding that way, and concentrate on figuring out what the answer really is. Thank you for your help; I look forward to continuing with the podcasts.

  • Jann

    Thank you for allowing me to subscribe to the notion that it’s okay to not be okay! So many people tell me it’s time to move on and I am no where ready to move anywhere!

  • Ann Schnitker

    I lost my spouse 3 yrs ago in August. We had 54 yrs and he had throat cancer and other things for 26 of those yrs. I cared for him the entire time. We had 5 children one we lost in 1991 at the age of 21. We survived . We were Dairy & Grain farmers so together 24/7. He had such a strong faith and knew he was going Home to Heaven! We all miss him and our son, Sam. I’m moving on with a widower who I’ve known some 49 yrs! Don & I were friends with him and his late wife. God has a plan for each of us and I do believe Life goes on. Keep up the great work you are doing and may God continue to Bless you.

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