We’ve all experienced loss in many ways over the last year. This can create a heavy burden to carry. Grieving is a process of healing, helping us to manage loss effectively so it does not interfere with living life. Sometimes it is helpful to have the companionship and support of others to help us in the hard work of grieving.
We invite you to meet others who are dealing with loss in their life. Together we will explore:
The session is led by Fr. Garry Richmeier, a licensed family therapist, and Annette D’Angelo and Marge Lavenburg, both of whom have extensive experience in hospice care.
“Grieving: Healing from Loss” is a free, video-on-demand program that will be available for viewing until the end of February. Later, the presenters will convene a Zoom meeting to address issues viewers might have. Stay tuned for details about this second program.
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Find a grief support group in the Kansas City Metro Area.
NATIONAL SUPPORT GROUPS
Loss in General:
Hospice Foundation of America
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
National Hotline for Surviving Friends & Relatives of AIDS Victims (CDC Info)
Rainbows (Loss of a Child of Sibling)
Loss of a Child through Homicide:
Parents of Murdered Children
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
By Fr. Garry Richmeier
Over my 25 years as a counselor, people have often come to me saying they are feeling down or depressed. They wonder what is wrong and they want to fix it. I thought today I would share with you some of my experience about what to do when you’re feeling the blues, especially when it lasts a while. Watch the video here.
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