When we are grieving, we can feel invisible. Our friends, our colleagues, and even our family may expect us to grieve on their schedule, not ours. These expectations can sometimes lead us into a sense of self-aggression and doubt. This group is a place to come and be seen, and be heard, without judgement, without timetables. It's a place to learn from other's grief journeys, and a place to come and talk about your loved one and to honor them, with tears, or smiles, or laughter. Loss is one thing that every human has in common. Honoring and exploring our losses gives us the opportunity to become more deeply human, to open our hearts, and to live more deeply.
- Grief, Loss, and Bereavement