How to deal with Grief Meetup Groups

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***FYI-The group's organizers will be unavailable for a couple weeks in June 2014. All new meetup requests will be approved at the beginning of July.*** The goal of this group is to get young widowed people together in the Northern Virginia, Maryland

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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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This group is for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. It is intended to be a sacred space to share with one another our experiences, our losses and our realizations. My Story: My husband, Jagatpati das passed away on Dec 17th, 2008 i

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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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The purpose of this group is to provide support following the loss of a child, grandchild, or sibling. It's never too early and never too late to reach out. We are here, you do not have to walk alone through this journey. We are also on Facebook pres

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This group is created to help those who have suffered a pregnancy loss, stillbirth or infant loss. My husband and I lost our little baby girl in July and I quickly realized that there are not many support communities in Orlando for this type of loss.

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Hello and welcome. This group is for anyone who has lost a loved one. It is an open group where you can meet others who understand your pain, loneliness and alienation. This is where you can stop pretending, where you can feel safe being honest about

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Grief, loss, separation - each of these is characterized by similar emotional, mental, and physical states, and moving through these states can be aided by meditative and energetic exercises that can be applied to all three. In this group, we will no

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The Grief Recovery Method® Outreach Program is an Action Program for Moving Beyond Death, Divorce, and Other Losses. People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you what you need to do to accomplish that. Your feelings

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January 26, 2015

This is a group which supports the healing process of grief. Losses of all kinds are painful and can be isolating. Group connection with others who have gone through similar experiences has been proven to be extremely effective. Sometimes we need to

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Mourners; Grieving; Bereavement
January 26, 2015

At some point in your grief journey you may feel that you would like to meet up socially with other bereaved individuals. This group is open to all who have experienced the loss of a loved one and would like to attend social events. We started this

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January 13, 2015

Sean bienvenidas! Este grupo es para todas las mamas que han perdido a sus propias madres y necesitan un espacio para charlar, desahogarse, honrar, construir y que desean transformar su dolor en algo positivo: un simple gesto amable, una llamada tele

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January 12, 2015

This group is for Widows and Widowers 50+ although younger Widows and Widowers are welcome. As a Grief Counsellor I decided to start this group to assist people in the community with their loss whether it be recent or in the past.Members of the group

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January 9, 2015
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GRASP stands for Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing. GRASP was founded to help provide sources of help, compassion, and most of all understanding, for families or individuals who have had a loved one die as a result of substance abuse or addic

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January 8, 2015
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This group is open to women of all ages who have lost their mothers and would like to meet with others who understand their loss and the void that is left in each of our lives. Together we can celebrate our mothers, while sharing stories, frustration­

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January 7, 2015

Those who have lost a loved one through death meet to offer mutual comfort and support to each other. This meetup is a safe place to express one's feelings to others who know what it is to have suffered a loss. Various forms of teaching and encourage

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January 1, 2015

Losing someone in your life? The thought of losing that person has spun your life into an chaotic series of worrying? Do you spend the day worrying about what is to come? Welcome to Too Much Too Soon group for those looking for support and advice for

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December 30, 2014

The Good Grief Peer Support Group is a grief support group hosted in partnership with Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library and Liberty HomeCare & Hospice. It is a monthly group, using the series "Walking Through Grief" to facilitate healing discussions­

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December 29, 2014

We are a group of men who have all lost a spouse. We are coming together to share experiences, get support from each other, and to walk this road to healing together.

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