Have you experienced the loss of a loved one? Stepping Stones: Your Grief, Your Journey is a monthly facilitated grief group for those 18 and older who have experienced loss and need a safe place to learn how to cope with their feelings. Each month there will be a free session to help you through your grieving journey.
Sessions held the third Tuesday of each month at:
- HFM Harbor Town Campus
- Cooperstown Room
- 1650 S. 41st St., Manitowoc
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- 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Dealing with Guilt and Regret
July 20, 2021
The events leading up to a loved one’s death, decisions made by family members, etc. can leave us with a burden of guilt and regret. This session will focus on ways to deal with feelings of guilt and regret.
Is My Grief Normal?
August 17, 2021
Maybe you’re worried you’re “grieving wrong” because you never cried at the funeral…or you still cry every day. What’s normal? This session will help participants understand their emotions and the grief process, what’s to be expected, and when is it time to reach out for extra help.
September 21, 2021
In many families, only one person handles the finances. Did you inherit more than you bargained for when your loved one died?
Attitude of Gratitude
October 19, 2021
studies have shown that those who can identify something to be grateful for, even in times of difficulty, do better in other key indicators of overall wellness.
Hope for the Holidays
November 16, 2021
The first milestones—birthdays, anniversaries, holidays—without a loved one can be tough, but you can take steps and create new rituals to keep your loved one alive and prepare yourself and your family for your “new normal.”
Silent Night—A Time for Reflectiion/Wrap-Up of the Year
December 21, 2021
In the holiday season, people tend to lose sight of what’s important in the busyness around them. Let us reflct on the season and the little things that make the biggest impact. Together, we will take time for self-reflection and self-care.
2021 topics are subject to change based on speaker availability and group need.
No fee to participate. Please call (920) 320-2317 to register or for more information.