SURVIVING THE LOSS OF YOUR BELOVED
Living without the person you intended to spend the rest of your life with is one of life’s most profound losses. Many of us carry expectations of ourselves around how we “should” be doing after a certain length of time has past. Often there is a disconnect between what we intellectually know and what we feel inside.
“ I thought I would feel better by now.”
“I am surprised by how a memory can set me back for a day, maybe more.”
“Sometimes I wonder if I am normal.”
“I am afraid to even tell anyone what the last year has really been like for me.”
“I am surrounded by people who love me, and I have never felt so alone.”
There is no “fixing” grief. It is a natural, normal human reaction to your loss. That said, many people find being able to talk about their loss with trusted professionals as well as those who are experiencing similar loss can help to decrease isolation and normalize the grieving process,
We are pleased to offer a slightly different approach to traditional grief therapy and support groups with Michelle Frost, RN, PCC Professionally Certified Life Transition Coach and Julie Argues, LICSW, Therapist with over 40 years of combined clinical experience in end of life care , grief and loss.
If you think you would benefit from compassionate dialogue and unique support, our hope is this group will create a safe place for you to explore your emotions and experience, when the love of your life has died.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information, private message on Facebook or call 425-422-3223.
Summer Session begins Monday, June 20th at 10 AM in Snohomish, WA. (Excludes 4th of July)
We ask for your 8-week commitment to yourself and the group.
Group capacity: 7 (Currently closed) look for additional groups in the Fall.