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Separation and divorce is one of the most devastating experiences of life. No one is prepared for what lies ahead. Everyone needs support and understanding. But where do you turn? Who do you trust? How can you even figure that out when you question your own judgment?

Come together with fellow seekers. Come with an open mind and willing heart and leave refreshed and renewed. Let's build a community where all find love, respect and acceptance.

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Divorce Recovery Support Group in Princeton

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We have resumed meeting in person and plan to meet in person on the first and fourth Fridays of each month at 7:30 p.m. ***Please do not come if you have a fever or any symptoms of COVID-19 - or have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19 in the past two weeks. Masks and appropriate social distancing will be required at the meeting.*** The Divorce Recovery Program has offered hope to those facing the trauma of separation and divorce since 1988. This group offers a safe environment to share and emphasizes personal growth. The Princeton Church of Christ sponsors this program as a community service. All are welcome. Issues are not addressed from a religious standpoint. Phyllis Rich has been facilitating this group since 1997; she leads the group in an open discussion. Support groups meet on the first and fourth Fridays of each month. For more information, contact Phyllis ([masked] or[masked]). (Please note that not all participants are on Meetup; therefore, the number of RSVPs to Meetup does not represent the number of people who will come to a meeting.)

Divorce Recovery Support Group in Princeton

Location visible to members

The Divorce Recovery Program has offered hope to those facing the trauma of separation and divorce since 1988. This group offers a safe environment to share and emphasizes personal growth. The Princeton Church of Christ sponsors this program as a community service. All are welcome. Issues are not addressed from a religious standpoint. Phyllis Rich has been facilitating this group since 1997; she leads the group in an open discussion. Support groups meet on the first and fourth Fridays of each month. For more information, contact Phyllis ([masked] or[masked]). (Please note that not all participants are on Meetup; therefore, the number of RSVPs to Meetup does not represent the number of people who will come to a meeting.)

Divorce Recovery Support Group in Princeton

Location visible to members

The Divorce Recovery Program has offered hope to those facing the trauma of separation and divorce since 1988. This group offers a safe environment to share and emphasizes personal growth. The Princeton Church of Christ sponsors this program as a community service. All are welcome. Issues are not addressed from a religious standpoint. Phyllis Rich has been facilitating this group since 1997; she leads the group in an open discussion. Support groups meet on the first and fourth Fridays of each month. For more information, contact Phyllis ([masked] or[masked]). (Please note that not all participants are on Meetup; therefore, the number of RSVPs to Meetup does not represent the number of people who will come to a meeting.)

Watch a DVD and Learn What's Happening to Me

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A DVD series that offers help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. For more info go to DivorceCare.org The group will use the Divorce Care DVDs to present divorce topics that the group discusses. This week's topic is What's Happening to Me? You will Learn. 1. The severity of your pain is normal 2. There is hope 3. There are others on the same journey The DVDs are non denominational, but Christian based.

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Divorce Recovery Support Group in Princeton

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