July 2 2018

By: Jackie Hook
Monday, July 2, 2018

July’s theme is Shifting Your Connection. When a loved one dies, grievers used to be encouraged to “let go” of the relationship with the deceased. After the 1996 release of the book Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief (Death Education, Aging and Health Care, edited by Dennis Klass, Phyllis R. Silverman, Ph. D., and Steven L. Nickman, the new grief theories instead encouraged grievers to create a new kind of relationship. Although you no longer have a relationship of physical presence, you have a relationship of memory, a relationship nonetheless. If you would like to be a part of a conversation about this topic, please join us for our next Monday’s Moments Complimentary Luncheon.

For questions or additional information email Jackie Hook by using the contact form below or call (814)404-0546.

Please RSVP by Wednesday July 3.  Space is limited. 

When:  Monday, July 9 2018
Time:    12:00pm - 1:30pm
Where: Courtyard by Marriott State College
​                1730 University Drive, State College, PA 16801

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