Alison BW Pena

Bad Widow Consultant and Speaker

https://badwidow.com

Alison Pena aka Bad Widow lives in NYC with her boyfriend, Wayne. She met and married David Beynon Pena, an incredible artist, in October 1996 and was widowed in September 2016. She is a consultant, speaker and author. For fun, Alison loves hanging with friends and family, music, travel, Maine, doing open mics, writing, exploring and learning new stuff.

Alison started BadWidow.com to offer resources about how to reclaim resilience and resourcefulness after a loss or transition, including work, relationships, health, money and love. She supports clients to 1) re-engage with life fully, 2) reinvent yourself and 3) rebuild networks after loss or transition.

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The impact of mistakes is fleeting unless we hold them in place with shame.
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How Shameful Real Estate Mistakes Changed My Life

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Navigating the Path from Frustration Back to Love

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Using Self-care as Fuel

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Potential Is the Booby Prize

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I Let Go of Assumptions

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Happiness is an action

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Restoring Resilience in Stressful Times

by Alison BW Pena
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How Life Affects Friendships

by Alison BW Pena
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Finding New Love After Loss

by Alison BW Pena
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Finding clarity after losing my husband

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Goal Getting: Don’t Let Stress Stop You

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Express Gratitude Before Sleeping

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Getting Back to Resourcefulness

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10 Things Never to Say to a Widow

by Alison BW Pena

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