Please join us as we celebrate Mardi Gras in July at our banquet. Costumes and/or cocktail attire welcome, but not mandatory! We welcome you in whatever way you feel most comfortable!
Newly Widowed: Help for the First Year of Widowhood
Moving Forward With Your Money: Empowering Widowed People to Take Control of Their Finances
Figuring out how to do money on your own can be intimidating. After the loss of a partner, many of us are now in charge of household finances for the first time, and money can bring up a lot of intense feelings like grief, guilt, fear, inadequacy, and more. This workshop will provide you with […]
When Your Friends and Family Don’t Get It
Are you hurt or frustrated by friends or family that “don’t get it”? Do you feel judged, misunderstood and alone? Much can be done to enlighten those around you about your grief and get the support you want and need. In this workshop, you will gain insight, helpful tools, and encouragement to ease your grief […]
Finding Light Beyond the Shadows
After a loss, the sense of not knowing which way to turn can make navigating the healing journey of transformation confusing and exhausting, often with feelings of despair, anger, fear, loneliness and disbelief.
Finding Calm in the Midst of Chaos
When we suffer the loss of a loved one, our lives are forever changed. Even as time passes, there will be those times when the grief can come roaring back out of nowhere. When things feel out of control, it can help to know there are ways we can learn to calm the chaos within […]
Understanding Your Grieving Brain and the Thoughts That Help or Hinder Healing
Human brains think about 60,000 thoughts per day. Some are true and useful, while others are nonsensical and cause extra, unnecessary suffering during a time that is already profoundly difficult. In life after loss, our thoughts can be overwhelmingly dark and hopeless. And in contrast, our thoughts that can light the path forward. In my […]