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Single Again- Towson

This week, Coordinator Kathy Sorota, LCSW-C, will lead a group discussion on Good Endings Make Good Beginnings. There will be small group break out session.
Newcomers please join us at 7:00pm.
Regular meeting to start at 7:30pm

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  • Charline

    Sorry I need to cancel for this week. : (

    August 14, 2013

  • Ken C.

    Many endings are not good. They bring crushing feelings of failure, despair, loneliness, fear, sadness and pain. These feelings come from the end of a long term relationship, and they are intensified, if the ending isn't graceful. How many of us can claim that our ending was graceful? The complications of breached boundaries and sometimes our own hurt reactions make our ending seem ... not good. However, perception is reality, so we can alter our perception and make the reality of any mess into something good for today and the future. I have found it to be true for me and for many in our group, that what starts as the most devastating thing to happen in our lives, turns out to provide the greatest opportunity for positive personal growth. We strengthen ourselves. We learn independence in a new way, and we can prepare for healthy interdependence with future prospects. Come learn of YOUR good beginning.

    August 9, 2013

  • Charline

    I am looking forward to attending.

    August 6, 2013

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