Many grieving people find they are only beginning the work of healing when friends or family have returned to their daily life routines. Too often people, including Christians, tend to stuff their grief instead of allowing it to do the God-given work for which it is intended. Don’t allow fear of what others may think to keep you from what could help you. You will find encouragement, comfort and help in grieving the death of a spouse, child, parent, sibling, other family member, or friend. No matter what the cause of your loved one’s death, this is an opportunity to be around people who understand what you are feeling. You will learn how to recognize the symptoms of being stuck in grief and that you do not need to live in bondage to certain emotions. You will learn valuable information about facing your new normal in life and renewing your hope for the future.
For more information contact
Kathleen Owen – email@example.com
Virtual Grief Counseling – If you, or anyone you are caring for, are in need of grief care
please see the following link to the services offered by our Grief and Bereavement Department through our virtual grief counseling opportunities. https://transitionslifecare.org/families/grief-care/