Summer is officially here. With it brings bittersweetness. Memories of hot summer days spent with family and friends. A drive by the lake we spent so much time on as a family still brings a tear to my eye, but I am grateful to say that now, 9 years later, it also brings a smile for the joy of that memory.
Please take extra care of yourself both physically and emotionally. We are always here to listen without judgment and understand to the best of our ability. Our meetings are listed in the newsletter below as well as some inspirational readings.
Be safe, be well, and always remember the love.
july august 2018 newsletter
Spring has finally sprung here in Connecticut. The change of seasons may bring with it feelings that leave us feeling unsettled. As the days get longer and the sun comes out it can be challenging for people who are grieving to see those around them feel better, more energized, and active. Each new season brings new memories of the person who died. Entering a season that usually brought special activities with the person who died and realizing that person is gone and you can’t do those things can bring intense emotions. I always wondered why for the first few years the blue skies made me sad. It was a beautiful day and yet, here I was, just wishing for the sound of my son. The spring is full of life and yet inside I felt emotionless. Understanding that these feelings are normal and that we will learn how to cope and navigate them is an important step to our grieving. Remember, that you never have to walk this journey alone, we are here for you, to sit with you, to listen and to let you feel.
Here is our May/June newsletter. We hope you find it helpful. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, May 8th.
May June newsletter TCF 2018
The link below is to our Winter/Spring Newsletter. We hope that whatever stage in your grief you are at that you find some hope and inspiration to your healing path within these pages.
TCF March-April 2018 Newsletters
March Meeting: March 13th
April Meeting: April 10th