Bereavement Newsletter September 2021

SEPTEMBER 2021

It’s really hard to believe that we are heading into fall.  The days are getting shorter, and the evenings are cooler.  Change is in the air.  For many of you, change took place days, weeks or months ago. Life changes forever when you lose a loved one. It’s as if you are forced to join a club in which you want NO part! Just as we have no control over the calendar and the seasons, we also had no control over the death of our loved ones.  The only thing we do have control over is our attitude and how we are going to live with the hand we have been dealt.  I can only say to you that things will get easier. In the meanwhile it is important to surround yourself with positive people, let the tears flow as needed, and remember to live your life as to honor your loved one.  Seasons come and go, but memories will live on forever.

I am really grateful that I have the opportunity to speak words into your life each month.  I only hope that some of them bring you hope.  Many of you I have never met, but I want you to know that you are precious to us here at Hospice, and we are here to help in any way that we can.  Along with one on one time, we offer many group activities.  I hope you will take advantage of any that sound interesting or helpful.  If you have any questions about anything, feel free to call me at 740-432-7440.

 

September activities:

September 9- “Lunch Bunch” at Mr. Lee’s in Cambridge at noon.

September 14- “Lunch Bunch” at Belmont County Museum at noon.

September 14-  Bereavement /Art Workshop with Lois Merrill @ 5:30 at the Hospice office. ( Memory box collage) Bring 5-6 photos of your loved one to use for the project.

September 23- Breakfast Support Group at 9:00 a.m. @ Patty’s Place in Belle Valley

 

May a smile touch your soul today!

Terri Wootton MSW, LISW, ACHP-SW

Bereavement Coordinator

 


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