| None of us knows how
disconcerting death is until we experience it, as in the loss of someone
we hold dear to us. Our resilience and ability to deal with death may be
very different than we anticipate. Most people in grief just need to
know that they are not "losing their minds" and the feelings
they have are "normal." There is help in the form of
educational information and support groups.
At Myers Chapel, our service does not end at the chapel or graveside service. It continues into the days, weeks and months after the death, as families work through feelings that we term the "Journey through Grief." Through our Aftercare Program, we endeavor to assist families for as long as they may need our support. These services are available at NO COST.
(559) 784-5498 or (559) 361-1198
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"Just as love transforms us, so too does grief." ... Dr. Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D.
Stage I: To Accept the Reality of the Loss
Stage II: To Experience the Pain of Grief
Stage III: To Adjust to an Environment in
which the Deceased is Missing
Stage IV: To Withdraw Emotional Energy and
Reinvest it in Another Relationship
Brochures and Books
Because we care, we offer free-of-charge brochures on the following subjects, as part of our extended services. Please review the list and call or e-mail us to let us know in which brochures you have an interest. Also, please let us know your name, phone number, address, name of deceased and date of death.
|There are many books available on the subject of transition. Because we care, we provide you with a review of books that we may have or that may be found in your local library or bookstore. If you have questions regarding these books, or books in any specific area of grief, please contact us.|
Does Anyone Else
Hurt This Bad and Live?
The Fall of Freddie The
Remembering With Love
What Helped Me When My
Loved One Died
Life After Loss
When Parents Die: A
Guide for Adults
Why Are the Casseroles
Empty Cradle, Broken
Recovering from the
Loss of a Loved One to AIDS
Words I Never Thought
Heaven's Not a Crying
I Heard Your Daddy Died
I Heard Your Mommy Died