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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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Widowed Members
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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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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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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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Neighbors meeting to promote the mission and goal of AFSP - To understand and prevent suicide through research and education, and to reach out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide. For further information, go to: www.afsp.org/c­

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Neighbors, Survivors, Members
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A workshop designed to cultivate creativity and mindfulness in the process of recovery from grief, trauma, or addiction. We use writing exercises to uncover, discover, and discard old wounds as well as to create positive attitudes, present awareness,­

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Writers
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New Beginnings is a self help support group where people help people through the difficult experience of Separation, Divorce, Death, or Loss of a Significant Relationship. Weekly meetings are held every Tuesday at 7:30 pm. at St. Raphael Church, 1215

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Support Group Members
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Concord Widows & Widowers, CWW, is for widowed persons of any age. It does not matter how long ago you were widowed, or if yours was a "common law" marriage. * CWW is neither a "grief counseling group" nor a "dating site".  It is a group where you ca

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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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Are you suffering from a broken heart? Was it caused by a death, divorce, or the breakup of a romantic relationship? Or was it caused by any of the forty other losses that a person can experience during a lifetime (jobs, pets, a life-long dream?) Reg

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Newest Meetup Groups

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July 19, 2014

I created this group as a support for young parents who have lost a loved one: a partner, a family member, a friend, or a child. In 2012, I lost my husband when I was pregnant. I found it hard to relate to other parenting meet ups for socializing mys

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Member
July 17, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in talking to the dead. We use a very old technique : The ouija. You can actively participate in our meetings, or you can only sit and watch. Everybody is welcomed. We will meet in Manhattan during week days, mos

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dead ambassadors
July 15, 2014

Being left behind by death creates a huge empty hole. Most of our friends tiptoe around that hole, trying not to upset us. We're going to stare that hole down and fill it with life. The Ones who have already passed over WANT you to fill it to the bri

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Loved Ones Still Here
July 11, 2014

Even though our children have passed, we are still mothers and fathers, whose lives have been graced through the love that continues to shine on, in their memories. I am wanting to gather bereaved parents and step out into our surroundings, through c

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Member
July 11, 2014

Christopher's Lifeboat Foundation began as a grief support lifeline for parents who lost a child but is now expanding to also support those suffering other types of grief as well. We are testing the waters on MeetUp to see if it will help us reach ou

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Member
July 10, 2014

When our hearts hurt it is important to find the support we need to choose healing. Heal by Choice is a group for people in need of a supportive environment filled with compassion, tools, and a plan to choose healing and restore hope. Whether you nee

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Thrivers
July 9, 2014

A safe and understanding place for birthmothers who have relinquished a child to support each other. To grieve, to cry, to vent, to simply "be", with other women who understand. We won't always want to talk about this bond we share, but when we need

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Member
June 19, 2014

This Grief Support Group is created to provide support for people after the loss of someone dear to them. The meetings will feature a talk/presentation/activity and open share time. The group is not created to “fix” any individual. Instead, it is to

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Participants
June 18, 2014

Hi all!, My name is Allissa Pietrowski. I am 22 years old and I am in the process of moving down to Dallas, Texas, in the Plano area. I came to visit Dallas in March. My cousin and his wife moved down here. I absolutely fell in love and I am back loo

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June 15, 2014

A support group for those who have suffered a major loss with either a mate/career/home/health to share positive experiences in coping with the transitional process.  This group will focus on the upbeat and offer resources/encouragement/ friendship a

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Transitioners
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