Are you finding comfort in food or other things after the loss of your loved one? Do you stress eat or notice that you’re bingeing on the wrong things?

People seek comfort in different ways—eating, shopping, searching the Web, exercising, praying, sex, alcohol, drugs, reading the Bible. Some of these choices are good, and some can cause even more hurt.

At a GriefShare group, you can find comfort and support in a healthy, nonjudgmental community. You’ll learn practical ways to manage your emotions and lessen the pain. People who’ve attended GriefShare say that they found great comfort in being with others who understood what they were going through.

Questions? Contact Karen.

Widowed? Help is here and hope is possible.

Do you dread the lonely days and nights? Wonder what to do with your spouse's belongings? Feel like your brain is in a fog? Unsure of how you'll go on?

At a Loss of a Spouse seminar you'll discover:

  • Other people understand and have found ways to make it through
  • Why it won't always hurt so much
  • Reasons for hop
  • Practical tips for coping with the death of a spouse

Questions? Contact Karen.

What is Surviving the Holidays?
2-hour supportive holiday event

For people who've lost a loved one, the Thanksgiving and Christmas season can be bleak. This event offers coping tools and support for grieving people.

Questions? Contact Karen.