Recovery from Grief Meetups

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Sponsored by The Grief Project (www.griefproject.org) the Young Widowed Meet-up Group is comprised of men and women (approximate ages 20–60) who have had our hearts shattered and lives turned upside down by the death of our spouse, partner or fiancé.

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No one 'gets' what it is like to re-start your life after the death of your spouse/life partner except someone else who has had to do the same thing. Let's meet for conversation, make new friends and have some fun since friends help make a rocky road

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Death Cafés are a part of a global movement to provide a relaxed and nurturing setting where you can join open, honest discussions to explore the questions you may have about life, dying and grief. The objective of Death Café is, "To increase awarene

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Life Explorers
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A meeting space which will allow women to discuss their feelings and experiences after the loss of a mother.  Most of us have lost our mothers in young adulthood and are in our 20s and 30s, though we frequently have women in their 40s and 50s. Women

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Motherless Daughters
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you dealing with difficult times? (And who isn't at times, that's called life!) You don't have to go through it alone! We offer peer to peer support groups for Grief, PTSD, Divorce and more. Whether it's talking about your situation with other partic

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We are a supportive community of women whose mothers have died. When a daughter loses her mother, she joins an unexpected, undesired "club." The emotions and situations we face can create feelings of isolation as we navigate our journey without the p

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Mission: To create a safe, comfortable social environment for Bereaved Boomers as they re-engage with the world as single adults. Reentering the social world, after years of being half of a couple, can be a daunting experience. The Bereaved Boomers i

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Bereaved Baby Boomers
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Let's get together and support one another when it comes to how to handle loved ones who have wounded us deeply, whether to run (or are we chased away?) or what?? Getting clear on being worthy of real love, what real love is, and not settling for les

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Kia ora and welcome. This group is for anyone who is recovering. My own journey is through Mental Health, I used: movies, dinner with friends, gardening, walking, singing, drumming and reading. Are you going through your own thing? It may be physical

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Wellybeans
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This group is for those single adults who have been single for a longer period of time and now want to change that condition, to find their ideal partner and to start a loving, caring and stable relationship.

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March 24, 2015

This is for readers who have been grieving the death of a loved one in the last few years, and would like to meet with others who have gone through similar losses. Discussion leaders are hospice bereavement counselors. Each month, we discuss a novel

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March 23, 2015

"Lost Parents" is a peer-based adult group for parents who have experienced the death of a child by any means and any age. The group is facilitated by trained Shore Grief Center volunteers. The Shore Grief Center offers a variety of grief support g

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Lost parents
March 18, 2015
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Hello all. This group is brand new and although we may start out small, our goal is to grow in to a community that will provide a safe and supportive space for women (18+) who have lost their mothers. This can take a variety of forms: sharing and hon

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March 18, 2015

Are you getting bored by doing any activity alone. Activity can include eating out, playing, going out for trip, salsa dance, walking on street, sharing stories or anything, Would u like someone to accompany you in your activity then join this group.

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March 18, 2015

Inspired by Hope Edelman's book Motherless Daughters, this group is for women suffering the loss of their mother. This is a group to create a safe space to support each other through our hard losses and build each other up as we journey through our d

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Sisters
March 17, 2015

This is a group for those of us have lost loved ones. It will be supportive, kind, gentle, a "soft place" to land. It doesn't matter how long ago the loss. If you are dealing with grief and loss issues and either professional, or not dealing with gri

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March 15, 2015

A large cupola on top of a building that is accessible from an internal stairway is often called a “Widows Walk.” This type of cupola provides a safe and inspiring place from which to view the world below. Cupola is a new grief ministry designed t

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Widows, Widowers
March 7, 2015

The Grief Journey is a lonely one. It’s not enough that the depths of grief can knock you to your knees in both mental anguish and physical pain, but it’s profusely isolating. Whether you've experienced a recent loss or working through a years-ago lo

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Grievers
March 5, 2015

The W Connection is opening a chapter in Westchester. Since 2009, we have helped hundreds of women rebuild their lives after the loss of a spouse. W Connection chapters are based in local communities and are led by other widows. These peer-led chap

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Widows
March 3, 2015

Change and losses of all kinds are both very personal and universal life events. We all experience change, loss and grief at different points in our lives. These can include: •Death of a spouse, child, parent, sibling or friend •Pregnancy or loss of

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