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SPRING ELETTER from Wings-a Grief Education Ministry
From: Nan Zastrow <nan.wings1@gmail.com>

This is a FREE quarterly ELetter for the bereaved and caregivers. It’s a compliment to Wings when you pass it on and share it with your friends. Please feel free to do so.

Here is the LINK to the ELetter.  http://www.wingsgrief.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Spring-2018-eLetter.pdf

This begins a year of “celebrating” our 25th anniversary as a non-profit organization. We hope you enjoy looking back!

Thank you for reading the Wings ELetter. Visit us on Facebook and follow our events at our website and our new Events Facebook page.

Contents of this ELetter • Learning to Live • Editor’s Journal: Memory of the Darkest Moment • On a Wing and a Prayer: Time and the River • Be Good to Yourself Grief Tip • Poem: There is Spring in Heaven Too • On the Lighter Side • Reader Feedback: Who is a Friend in Grief • Featured Book • Articles from the Archives 

Nan & Gary Zastrow
 
 Visit Wings on FACEBOOK  website:  wingsgrief.org 
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NEWSLETTER

HOPE for Bereaved publishes HOPELine, a monthly self-help newsletter as part of its core services. Subscribe here or call HOPE for Bereaved at (315) 475-9675 to receive it by mail or email.

HOPELine helps those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Each month, we share information and ideas from bereaved people and professionals to help you through your grief journey. Most issues have a theme that corresponds to holidays or significant events within the month. A hand-printed page for youth, support group meeting lists and news about HOPE projects and events are also included. We hope this newsletter guides you during this difficult time in your life.

Link to the latest Newsletter:  January 2019

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NEWSLETTER

HOPE for Bereaved publishes HOPELine, a monthly self-help newsletter as part of its core services. Subscribe here or call HOPE for Bereaved at (315) 475-9675 to receive it by mail or email.

HOPELine helps those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Each month, we share information and ideas from bereaved people and professionals to help you through your grief journey. Most issues have a theme that corresponds to holidays or significant events within the month. A hand-printed page for youth, support group meeting lists and news about HOPE projects and events are also included. We hope this newsletter guides you during this difficult time in your life.

Link to the latest Newsletter: February 2019 

BONUS!!! Note that our own beloved Kay is one of the writers contributing to this issue of HOPELine!
Kudos to you for this, dear Kay!
See "Find Joy in Every Day," on page 10 ♥️

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It's been so long I'd forgotten about it...they still haven't caught on yet though, Oregon's made it to statehood! ;)  I remember correcting them on that but I guess they didn't note it.  :D

 

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NEW WINTER ELETTER FROM WINGS ~ a Grief Education Ministry

This is a FREE quarterly ELetter for the bereaved and caregivers. It’s a compliment to Wings when you pass it on and share it with your friends. Please feel free to do so.

Here is the LINK: 

http://www.wingsgrief

BONUS!!! Note that our own beloved Mary (mfh) is one of the writers contributing to this issue of Wings! 
Kudos to you for this, dear Mary, and thank you for the mention!
See "What Do You Think?," on page 10 ♥️

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This month's issue of Grief Watch features articles with the theme Young and Widowed:

When the word widow comes up, I'll admit that the image that comes to mind first is a little old lady, probably in her 80's, with short white hair and a hobby of knitting or crocheting.  My initial concerns for her are who will drive her around if she needs a ride, will she be eating too many meals alone, does she have a support system of other little white and grey haired women to support her and keep her active in card groups and book groups.  Honestly, I picture someone like my grandma, or a number of her friends, that are on their own following the death of spouses late in life.  What does not immediately come to mind for me is the large number of widows and widowers out there that are just out of college and newly married, or raising young children, or in their 40's with stable lives and jobs and families which have now been thrown into utter chaos.  Read on here >>>

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NEW SPRING ELETTER FROM WINGS:  

 This is a FREE quarterly ELetter for the bereaved and caregivers. It’s a compliment to Wings when you pass it on and share it with your friends. Please feel free to do so.

Here is the  link:  http://www.wingsgrief.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/April-eletter-2019.pdf 

Be sure to LIKE us on Facebook to receive tips, alerts for Wings events, and inspiration.

 Here is Page 1—a Preview of this issue!

 

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Nan & Gary Zastrow     nanwings1@gmail.com
 
Visit Wings on FACEBOOK  website:  wingsgrief.org 

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