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the Group Meeting in Columbia.

This week, coordinator Kathy Sirota, LCSW-C, will speak on the topic But My Children are Adults. Then, there will be small-group break-out sessions.

Newcomers please join us at 6:30 PM.

Regular meeting begins at 7:00 PM.

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  • Ken C.

    "My kids are grown, so my separation and/or divorce won't affect them." It is a natural feeling to have. It may be that since children are adults, they may process the divorce in a different way and may not be as deeply affected, but that isn't to say they will not be affected at all. It could be that an adult child may be MORE affected than a young child might. We learn in our process, that everyone is different. There isn't a set pattern that fits everyone, in this divorcing/separating process. Maybe our presentation will give us some things to look out for, so as we get our footing, we can better support our kids through the transition as well.

    ~Ken Cain, SAEC.

    P. S. Thank you to everyone who came to the Quarter Auction. It was a great success! Now, it is time to turn our fund raising efforts to the Single Again cookbook. Send your recipes in to Harold now ([masked])! Please RSVP, if you will attend!

    November 1, 2012

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