Center Grief Support For Quarterlifers
With a few exceptions, you probably didn’t expect to face the death of a loved one when you were in your twenties or thirties.
Because grieving a death is non-normative during this phase of life, a grieving quarterlifer is apt to feel like their peers don’t understand.
Additionally, it can be challenging to find resources and help for grieving young adults.
As a 25 year-old grieving client expressed, “my friends don’t know how to handle my sadness. I feel so alone . . . like everyone is tiptoeing around me.”
Experiences with grief can be multi-layered and complicated. Grieving the death of someone close to us, whether from COVID-19 or another cause, poses unique challenges during young adulthood and the quarterlife period.
In grief counseling at QLC, you will work 1:1 with an experienced grief counselor as you learn about the grief process and the tasks of mourning. We also offer a grief support group “Grief Group for Quarterlifers” that meets online for 4 weeks.
The Grief Group for Quarterlifers is perfect for you if:
- You have lost a loved one in the past two years
- You are unsure how to navigate life while grieving
- You feel like your friends don’t really get it
- You want to feel less alone in your grief
- You are open to self-reflection
By the end of this support group, you will have:
- Knowledge about the grief process and reactions to trauma,
- Insights about your own personal grief journey
- New coping skills
- Support from other quarterlifers who are grieving
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