After a child dies it seems that time has stopped and yet the world keeps on moving. Our hearts break and our minds race and yet no one can see or feel that which is happening inside of us. We all grieve differently and sometimes the ways that we grieve are misunderstood by others and even by ourselves. This is why it is so important to find others who are walking a similar path who can truly relate to what we are thinking and feeling.
Retreats presented by A Memory Grows connects parents who have experienced similar losses. This retreat in particular will bring together parents whose children died by homicidal violence. In this setting we will find a safe place to remember and honor our children surrounded by others who understand this specific type of loss and all that it encompasses. In the time shared during the retreats our children are celebrated and the relationship that we continue to share with them is nourished. Time is also intentionally set aside for rest, relaxation and reflection.
Parents are free to choose as many activities to participate in or as few. We understand that sometimes the time away is simply what is needed. A Licensed Professional Counselor will be leading a group session on grief that is highly encouraged for all parents to participate in.
Please use the Donate button below to pay the $250.00 non-refundable retreat fee after completing your reservation form to hold your spot.