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Bereavement Newsletter April 2021

Posted on March 16, 2021

April 2021

April showers bring May flowers…March excites me for it brings with it the promise of spring. Then comes the rainy season! April, for me, is the tunnel through which I must pass to reach the other side of winter. it may be dreary and cold, and at times a little tiresome; but it is necessary to get me to the warmth and joy that summer offers. So, here I go. Follow me if you will.

As you move into the summer of your grief journey, you will have left behind cold and rainy days. You will experience hard times before experiencing the joy and sunshine of tomorrow, and those times will change the person you are. They will mold you into the person you are to become. I pray that as you begin that journey and continue to walk along the pathway, you will have a hope of better tomorrows and sunshiny days. Allow someone else to walk beside you and be your friend. Let them hold your hand or cry with you. Allow someone else to be your strength if needed. Allow yourself to change. Also, remember we are here if you need us in the months to come. We have been on hold with meetings on a monthly basis, but we are starting back this month. There are always events offered to lend support. Feel free to take advantage of them. We want to help you on your journey towards healing.

Upcoming events: WE ARE STARTING UP GROUPS AGAIN!!! I can’t wait to SEE you!

AprilĀ  8: Lunch Bunch at Mr. Lee’s in Cambridge at Noon…(Note the change to a THURSDAY)

April 13: Support Group meeting at Belmont County Museum in Barnesville at Noon…(bring your own lunch and we can eat together)

April 22: Breakfast Group at Patty’s Place in Belle Valley at 9 AM

A new Griefshare group will be starting on April 15 from 6-8 PM at Byesville Assembly of God Church in Byesville. It will meet for 13 weeks. If interested, contact me at the Hospice office.

As always, if you have any questions or if you need to talk, I am available at 740-432-7440.

With Warm thoughts…

Terri Wootton, MSW, LISW, ACHP-SW

Bereavement Coordinator