Franklin VNA & Hospice Fall Grief Group
Grief has no timetable. It may come in waves during the turbulent months of a loved one’s illness and then intensify after he or she has passed away. Each experience is unique and deeply personal. Emotions run the gamut from sadness, anxiety and guilt to anger, helplessness, and depression. What many people who've lost someone they love want, is the opportunity to be able to talk about their loved one in a space where they can safely share what they are going through with people who have had a similar loss in an environment structured to help them navigate the grieving process. This five-session group is designed to help people on that journey. Grieving is our response to sorrowful change, and grief takes as long as it takes. There is no magic length of time until you are better. But with support and the freedom to share what you are going through it can help you accept and learn to live with your new reality.