Topics Around Grief: Spiritual Experiences Around Grief

Topics around grief

Spiritual Experiences Around Grief

In this TOPICS AROUND GRIEF discussion workshop, we will discuss a range of issues surrounding spirituality and bereavement.

Issues explored will include: defining spirituality; how bereavement challenges or strengthens; our spiritual beliefs; “sense of presence” experiences; the broad range of spiritual beliefs that can comfort us in feeling closer to our children, siblings or grandchildren.

Topics Around Grief

Topics around grief

Have you ever wanted to discuss a particular aspect of grief?
Maybe you want to work out what’s happening to you?
Maybe you want to find out how others are dealing with that issue?

Commencing in March 2017, TOPICS AROUND GRIEF is a workshop series designed for all members of TCFV.

Spiritual Experiences Around Loss

Topics around grief workshops

In this discussion workshop, we will discuss a range of issues surrounding spirituality and bereavement.

Parent Grief – Sibling Grief: Similarities and Differences

Topics around grief

This discussion workshop – the fourth in the “Topics Around Grief” program will be facilitated by a bereaved parent, JAN McNESS, and a bereaved sibling, ANDREW McNESS.

Jan and Andrew will draw upon their own bereavement experiences to open group discussion on where parent and sibling grief are similar, where parental grief and sibling grief are unique from one another, and how parents and siblings can support one another.

Topics Around Grief: The Myths of Grief

Topics around grief workshops

There are plenty of myths about grief such as “You’ll get over it” or “When you’re not crying, you’re not grieving”. In this session we will unearth many myths, why some (or many) of those myths can trouble us, and consider what we’d prefer people to know and believe about grief and bereavement.

Do Men & Women Grieve Differently?

It is commonly believed that men and women grieve differently…and there is much we see to confirm this. What are some of these differences? Equally, though, what are some of the similarities? In this discussion workshop, we will consider these and other related questions.