Zoom Grief Support

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Navigating Life 3 Replies

When our loved one passes away, life changes.  We ask ourselves . . . Who am I now?  Our self esteem may take a hit.  We may have to take on new roles or tasks that were handled by our loved ones, such as cooking or child care.  Our beliefs may…Continue

Started by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach. Last reply by Gen on Tuesday.

Hello Everybody!

Hi Everybody!I just want to say that I miss you. I miss our Monday group. Cant make it for now.I hope to see you soon.Love & Blessings!PD: Maybe we could think of a group on a different day and time.Continue

Started by Barb Feb 3.

Zoom group 3 Replies

Yes I agree, thank you Diana. Great idea and so grateful for this opportunity to be be part of this group. God blessContinue

Started by Nicky. Last reply by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach Jan 19.

Grief Journey 8 Replies

Just saw this today in one of my forums.  Grief has been messy for me and this describes it in picture form.  How about you? How would you describe your grief?…Continue

Started by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach. Last reply by Nicky Jan 11.

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Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on Monday

Zoom meeting tonight at 7pm ET.  

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Meeting ID: 815 9639 0272
Passcode: 249611

Comment by Joe H. on February 3, 2021 at 11:35am

Ms. Diana, I think the last Monday meeting was very supportive to myself and perhaps others as well.  I believe you are unique as you have gone out of your way to give us a place to come and share, learn we aren't alone, and maybe feel a little better.  Thank you for doing the meetings and thank you for you.

Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on February 2, 2021 at 7:54am

I really benefited from last night's zoom meeting.  Often I feel alone in my issues but last night helped me to realize I am not alone and I'm not unique.  My spirits were uplifted.  Thanks to all of you!

Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on January 25, 2021 at 12:50pm

Zoom meeting tonight at 7pm ET.  What topics would you like to discuss?

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Meeting ID: 815 9639 0272
Passcode: 249611

Comment by Joe H. on January 19, 2021 at 11:39am

Appreciate the meeting last night - enjoyed Mister Shannon's' flute playing as a treat.  The topic was a difficult one but I am just grateful for a place where folks with similar experiences with losses.  Thank you all.   

Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on January 17, 2021 at 2:13pm

Shannon Gimenes, We missed you!  I think I can speak for all, we look forward to hearing you play your flute.  See you tomorrow.

Comment by Shannon Gimenes on January 17, 2021 at 12:05pm

Sorry I missed Monday, had a lot on my plate and needed to have some alone time. I will do my best to be on tomorrow night and play my flute for you all.

Comment by Nicky on January 16, 2021 at 2:45pm

Good article Diana. I feel blessed that I had a job with a small agency and the staff were supportive and amazing. Even tho this is true, maybe eventually things could have Turned out differently. But because I was in a car crash 8 months after my BEAR Chris passed away,  I was unable to work shortly afterwards. I’ve never been able to return to work, and that choice was also taken away from me. However, PTSD and Grief were enough for me to work on and thro. Praying and sending healing energy to all. 

Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on January 16, 2021 at 10:36am

This article really hit home for me.  

Backstory: My grandparents adopted me and I called them mom and dad.

In 2001 my dad/grandfather and my brother passed away.  Long story, but I ended up losing my job because of grief.  Then in 2014, my mom/grandmother and cousin/best friend passed away.  Again, I struggled with grief and ultimately lost my job because I wasn't as upbeat as I once was.  Grief is difficult.  Grief is messy.  It ultimately led me to become a grief counselor - but don't be fooled by the title.  I still struggle.  Most grief counselors become counselors because of what they went through.  It's a journey/a lifelong process that can only be met one step/day at a time.  At least that is my opinion.  Wishing everyone a blessed day.  See you Monday evening.  

Comment by Diana, Grief Recovery Coach on January 10, 2021 at 7:13am

Salome, Not at this time but we plan on having another group in the near future. What days and times would work best for you?


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