Grief Refuge Group - Feel Less Alone
The group will meet via Zoom for 4 consecutive Tuesdays, starting on May 30, 2023,
at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PMPT and complete on June 20, 2023.
The folks at Grief Refuge invite you to join a new four-week-long online grief support group that focuses on easing isolation in grief and helping to connect with others to feel more understood. As a participant in the group, you will: get needed support to help cope with loss and manage your grief, feel soothed and comforted to help ease the sense of loneliness and isolation, learn practical ways to handle feelings of hopelessness and despair, gain a framework and understanding for how to understand and navigate your grief journey.
For more details and to register, visit: https://www.griefrefuge.com/less-alone-in-grief
Grieving in Isolation Webinar
May 16, 2023 at 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT
When grieving, it's really important to feel supported. Yet, it's often very difficult to get the support
you need. Sometimes it seems easier to do grief in isolation - not because it's easier to manage hurt and
emotional pain - but because it's easier to not put up with people who disappoint or let you down as you grieve
and mourn. If this resonates with you, please feel invited to a FREE webinar May 16th at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.
“Grieving in Isolation” will explore why grief feels so isolating and how to feel less alone. Reid Peterson, creator
of the Grief Refuge App, shares his thoughts on why grief feels so isolation and how to feel less alone in grief.
Grief Refuge want to make sure you have some community as you grieve and they hope you join them on this
webinar to for some comfort throughout your difficult journey. No shame. Just support and some connection.
Please reserve your spot for the webinar at https://tinyurl.com/GriefIsolation
(This webinar will not be recorded to honor the privacy of all attendees)
Finding Your Way: A Heart-Centered Approach to Finding Hope and Healing After LossStarting Nov 8, 2022Read Now
Finding Your Way: A Heart-Centered Approach to Finding Hope and Healing After Loss
Starting Nov 8th at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT
If you have been struggling with your grief and feel hopeless and alone, the "Finding Your Way"
program may be just what you need. "Finding Your Way: A Heart-Centered Approach to Finding Hope
and Healing After Loss" is a new support program from Grief Refuge, starting Nov 8th at 8:00 PM ET /
5:00 PM PT, for anyone dealing with grief from a death-related loss. Finding Your Way was created to
help people who are lonely, lost, angry, or afraid and can help be a guide on the journey. Grief Refuge
is putting together a community where everyone can grieve authentically and feel some healing.
Navigating the uncharted emotional terrain of your grief can be overwhelming, especially when your
friends and family cannot provide the support you need. Still, you shouldn't have to suffer or struggle
alone. The rich educational content of the Finding Your Way program is carefully curated from credible
sources to offer you the best of the best in terms of a whole-person, heart-centered approach to
navigating grief and loss. This heart-centered approach involves embracing, experiencing, and expressing
the feelings of grief in a way that fully addresses all aspects of your well-being— physically,
emotionally, cognitively, spiritually, and socially. Built upon the work of Dr. Alan Wolfelt, each weekly
module in the program expands upon crucial takeaways from his book, Understanding Your Grief:
Ten Essential Touchstones for Finding Hope and Healing in Your Heart.
To learn more about this program or register at www.griefrefuge.com/finding-your-way
Grief Refuge Podcast - How to Find Your Community of Grief Support
It’s hard to find support for your grief. It’s even harder to find a community that can provide the support you need. On this episode, host Reid Peterson interviews Sara Cobb from My Grief Connection - who is putting her heart and soul into making it easier to find your community of grief support.
Listen to full episode on Apple Podcasts at:
Be sure to download the Grief Refuge app (iOS or Android) for grief support every day.
Learn more about Reid and all of his grief support offerings at: https://griefrefuge.com/
Instagram LIVE with Reid Peterson of Grief Refuge
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 7:00 PM MST/9:00 PM EST
Join My Grief Connection founder, Sara Cobb as she speaks with Reid Peterson
of Grief Refuge, a grief support provider who helps to transform grief into definitive purpose. Reid will share about the loss of the father figures
in his life and how he sought support through community grief counseling
and support groups, eventually leading him to create the Grief Refuge
mobile app so grievers can have support in their pocket whenever they
need it. They will also chat about his podcast, where through stories and reflective conversations, he helps listeners feel comfort and the support
to find meaning, live with purpose, and heal their hearts.
Catch the LIVE on Instagram at @my_grief_connection on
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 7:00 PM MST/9:00 PM EST.
Follow Grief Refuge on Instagram at @grief_refuge
To learn more about Reid visit www.griefrefuge.com
Grief Refuge Mobile AppRead Now
Grief Refuge Mobile App
The Grief Refuge app is now available to support people on their grief journey today, tomorrow, and
every day going forward. The Grief Refuge app is a daily companion to help navigate the grief journey.
It provides comfort and solace in a time of need. With daily audio musings and a tool to track your grief
progress, it helps you cope with loss and feel supported throughout the journey.
Download for free from the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play Store (Android) to get started.
This app is one of a kind. It is filled with wisdom and compassion for people who
really need to feel more support in their grief.
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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