About Grief Share
Starts February 17th | 13 week course | The Generao Room
You Don't Have To Go Through This Alone
Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. It’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before.
DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Each session has two distinct elements:
A Seminar With Experts
During the first 30–40 minutes of the meeting, each DivorceCare group watches a video seminar featuring top experts on divorce and recovery subjects. These videos are produced in an interesting-to-watch television magazine format featuring expert interviews, real-life case studies and on-location video.
A Support Group With A Focus
After viewing the video, DivorceCare group participants spend time as a support group, discussing what was presented in that week’s video seminar and what is going on in the lives of group members.
DivorceCare at the Murfreesboro Campus starts on February 17th at 2:00 p.m. and will last for 13 weeks.
Your DivorceCare experience begins each week as your group watches a video seminar on DVD. The DivorceCare videos cover topics essential to your recovery from the hurt of separation or divorce. The videos are produced in a compelling television magazine format and feature on-location video and real-life stories of people who have experienced divorce. Here is a list of the weekly topics:
1.) What's Happening to Me?
2.) The Road to Healing/Finding Help
3.) Facing My Anger
4.) Facing My Depression
5.) Facing My Loneliness
6.) What Does the Owner's Manual Say?
7.) New Relationships
8.) Financial Survival
10.) Single Sexuality
13.) Moving On, Growing Closer to God
The leadership team for DivorceCare consists of people who understand how you feel and have a real concern for individuals who are experiencing separation and divorce. Many DivorceCare leaders have been through divorce themselves and are examples of the healing and restoration that can occur after the breakup of a marriage.