Taya, who credits her faith and family for helping her overcome the death of her husband, and their two children were left shattered and broken upon learning about his passing.She delves deeper into the power of faith in her forthcoming memoir ."The tears just poured out. ' I try not to be angry too much, but the kids are the ones that got cheated the most."Taya Kyle (rear) and her children walk behind the coffin of her slain husband former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle during a memorial service for the former sniper at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, February 11, 2013.The pair provoked fury among family members after posting pictures of themselves in each other's arms on social media just weeks after her husband's death.But they claimed there was no romance, with the widow insisting she just wanted her two children "to have a male figure in their lives".The tragic love story of Taya and Chris and their journey through fate and the perils of the Iraq war is unraveled in Clint Eastwood's Academy Award-nominated film, which is based on Chris' 2012 best-selling autobiography.
Chris, an electrician, said believed his brother "would be happy to see I'm helping his wife and kids". "I am here to support Ashley and be a father figure for the kids but they are very clear on the fact that I am their uncle.
While dealing with the loss has been "hard" and "emotional," Taya said that she believes Chris has been given eternal life with God in heaven and that he is watching down on her.
She still "feels his presence" despite him not being physically present."He had so much energy in life," she said.
Roughly nine years after her home was rebuilt by designers with ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, a woman in Michigan is being forced to leave the home by Monday due to foreclosure.
Arlene Nickless appeared on the popular show in 2008 with her three young sons asking for help with her residence in Holt following the tragic death of her husband Tim Nickless.