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Living with grief after Sucide (Paths)
PATHS is an inter-denominational voluntary group formed to support families and individuals bereaved by suicide. Members of the group form an emotional bond of friendship arising from their shared experience of having suffered similar shock, confusion and loss in their lives. Those attending PATHS quickly realise that there is no instant solution for their pain and this realisation in itself helps develop those bonds of friendship which are central to the group’s philosophy.
It is within this safe and confidential environment that PATHS members share their pain and grief. Members support one another knowing that sadness, anger, loneliness, loss, depression, blame, guilt, rejection, shame and heartbreak are the kind of feelings and emotions most frequently experienced by members of the group.
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month.
Dates: Tuesday 5th February and Tuesday 5th March 2013 (Note no meeting in January)
Time: 8.00pm – 10.30pm
If interested in attending the regular meetings, please telephone Mr. Jimmy Carrigan on 078 7941 4385.