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2014 SYLVA Grief Support Group Meets Weekly – Fridays

 

Weekly Grief Support Group in Sylva allows each individual to grieve in his or her own way

SYLVA, N.C. – Each individual grieves in his or her own way, says Michael Lee, counselor of bereavement services with Four Seasons Compassion for Life’s Sylva offices.

“While many people will find that they do not need or want help with their grief, some people will seek individual counseling. Others want group support,” he says.

Every loss is different in some way, but grief often shares common characteristics of leaving people feeling isolated by feelings of sadness and loss. Through support groups, individuals can find validation and feel like they are not alone.

“Come as you are,” says Lee. “This is a safe and welcoming gathering of people from all walks of life. We know everyone’s story and journey are different.  You don’t have to talk; you can just come and listen.”

The Grief Support Group sponsored by Four Seasons Compassion for Life is free and open to the public. Meetings are Fridays, 1-2:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 669 W. Main Street. Contact Michael Lee, bereavement counselor, [email protected] for information or support.

Four Seasons Compassion for Life is a non-profit organization with a dedicated team of health care professionals, social workers, spiritual care professionals and volunteers. Nationally known for its leadership in innovative, quality hospice services, Four Seasons is a Circle of Life award recipient from the American Medical Association. For more information, visit http://www.fourseasonscfl.org.

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