Surviving the death of a loved one Meetup Groups

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Sponsored by The Grief Project (www.griefproject.org) the Young Widowed Meet-up Group is comprised of men and women (approximate ages 20–60) who have had our hearts shattered and lives turned upside down by the death of our spouse, partner or fiancé.

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***FYI-The group's organizers will be unavailable for a couple weeks in June 2014. All new meetup requests will be approved at the beginning of July.*** The goal of this group is to get young widowed people together in the Northern Virginia, Maryland

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Welcome to Death Café New York City. We look forward to having you join us to learn and share with others. The idea of the Death Café comes from the work of Swiss sociologist Bernard Crettaz, who saw the concept as part of a set of projects about dea

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If you are widowed or lost your partner and are looking for a grief support group for the widowed, run by the widowed, this is the place (we will use the term "widowed" to mean anyone who has lost their spouse or partner). This group is affiliated wi

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This group is for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. It is intended to be a sacred space to share with one another our experiences, our losses and our realizations. My Story: My husband, Jagatpati das passed away on Dec 17th, 2008 i

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Formerly called "Young Widows/Widowers of North New Jersey" There are few places for younger widows/widowers from 20's to 70's,  to meet and support each other through the grieving, and difficulties associated with losing a partner. This is a chance

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Our mission is to provide social opportunities for friendship and fellowship to individuals of all denominations, who are separated, divorced, or widowed. St. Brendan's Catholic Church generously provides a place for our meetings.  Meetings are at 7

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Our purpose is to provide just that "A Purpose" a reason to continue on through this tunnel called grief. We are a social group, we offer friendship, fun, and good conversations with folks that "get it". Rather than define what we are as it will evol

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We are a group comprised of women and men who have lost their spouse or significant other. We are all looking to enjoy life, and for others to enjoy it with.  Come join us; make new friends, find new interests, get back into living. Life is to be liv

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We are not a grief recovery group. We are the “next step” past that. Our purpose is to help each other return to the business of living. In a couples-oriented world, we offer a series of activities, meetings and events that can be attended by individ

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July 19, 2014

I created this group as a support for young parents who have lost a loved one: a partner, a family member, a friend, or a child. In 2012, I lost my husband when I was pregnant. I found it hard to relate to other parenting meet ups for socializing mys

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July 18, 2014

This group is for those widows and widowers who may find it difficult to socialize, find new friends and companions after the loss of their spouse or significant other. This is a group for aged 55+. I Started this group because I have been a widow fo

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July 17, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in talking to the dead. We use a very old technique : The ouija. You can actively participate in our meetings, or you can only sit and watch. Everybody is welcomed. We will meet in Manhattan during week days, mos

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July 11, 2014

Even though our children have passed, we are still mothers and fathers, whose lives have been graced through the love that continues to shine on, in their memories. I am wanting to gather bereaved parents and step out into our surroundings, through c

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July 11, 2014

Christopher's Lifeboat Foundation began as a grief support lifeline for parents who lost a child but is now expanding to also support those suffering other types of grief as well. We are testing the waters on MeetUp to see if it will help us reach ou

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July 10, 2014

When our hearts hurt it is important to find the support we need to choose healing. Heal by Choice is a group for people in need of a supportive environment filled with compassion, tools, and a plan to choose healing and restore hope. Whether you nee

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Thrivers
July 6, 2014

TO SHARE THE LONELINESS LEFT BY THE PERSONS DEATH, CHAT WITHOUT SHAME THE FEELINGS, TO BE OPEN EMOTIONALLY TO EXPRESS THE SADNESS AND FIND COMFORT IN EACH OTHER

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July 5, 2014

Brunswick Area Widowed Singles 50+ is a Meetup group for single widowed people 50 years old and over who live in Brunswick / Portland and the surroundings areas. We are a supportive social group. Our goals are to get out of the house, have fun, openl

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July 1, 2014

Grief and loss of a Loved one is a meetup group for anyone that is looking for comfort or support or even just somewhere to vent their thoughts without any judgement.. Family n friends is important however sometimes ppl that dont know you can also pr

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June 29, 2014

Starting a group for folks like me, that never expected to be here at this stage. Trying to find others that know how it is to try and get through this alone!

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