Young Women Grieving the Loss of their Mother Meetup Groups

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A meeting space which will allow women to discuss their feelings and experiences after the loss of a mother.  Most of us have lost our mothers in young adulthood and are in our 20s and 30s, though we frequently have women in their 40s and 50s. Women

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Motherless Daughters
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This is a support group and healing circle for students or young professionals (20s-30s) who have lost a loved one. After loss, maintaining work performance and pace can be difficult, especially in the face of unbending schedules, deadlines, and a wo

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Bereaved
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Forever Daughters supports and empowers motherless women to live their best life. Through workshops, hang outs, coffee dates and more; we create our own sisterhood.  Our goal is to use our experience with loss and create gain.  To be empowered.

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Forever Daughters
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Whether we lost our mothers when we were 10, 20, or older, the experience has helped shape who we are today. Motherless Daughters of the Triad is a social/support group where women who hold this common bond can gather to share their stories, lessons,

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M-DOTS
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Losing your mother, no matter what age you are, is hard. We are here to support women who have lost their mothers and we also host an annual event that is a loving tribute to honor our mothers and share our memories as we support each other during di

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Private

If you are reading this, like you, I have lost a parent (in my case both parents, so officially an orphan). I lost both my parents to Cancer (Inflammatory Breast Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer) in my 30's. My mum and I were best friends and it is even

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Orphans, bereaved sons/daughters
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The role of mother is very powerful in who we become as individuals. This group is intended to provide a forum, using storytelling as a medium to meet and talk about our experiences about our mothers. We'll celebrate when we share about great moms, w

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People who have mothers.

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August 18, 2014
Private

If you are reading this, like you, I have lost a parent (in my case both parents, so officially an orphan). I lost both my parents to Cancer (Inflammatory Breast Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer) in my 30's. My mum and I were best friends and it is even

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Orphans, bereaved sons/daughters
May 1, 2014

This is a support group and healing circle for students or young professionals (20s-30s) who have lost a loved one. After loss, maintaining work performance and pace can be difficult, especially in the face of unbending schedules, deadlines, and a wo

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Bereaved
April 29, 2014
Private

Forever Daughters supports and empowers motherless women to live their best life. Through workshops, hang outs, coffee dates and more; we create our own sisterhood.  Our goal is to use our experience with loss and create gain.  To be empowered.

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Forever Daughters
November 26, 2013

Whether we lost our mothers when we were 10, 20, or older, the experience has helped shape who we are today. Motherless Daughters of the Triad is a social/support group where women who hold this common bond can gather to share their stories, lessons,

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M-DOTS
July 22, 2013

Losing your mother, no matter what age you are, is hard. We are here to support women who have lost their mothers and we also host an annual event that is a loving tribute to honor our mothers and share our memories as we support each other during di

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Members
July 17, 2012

The role of mother is very powerful in who we become as individuals. This group is intended to provide a forum, using storytelling as a medium to meet and talk about our experiences about our mothers. We'll celebrate when we share about great moms, w

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People who have mothers.
September 5, 2006
Private

A meeting space which will allow women to discuss their feelings and experiences after the loss of a mother.  Most of us have lost our mothers in young adulthood and are in our 20s and 30s, though we frequently have women in their 40s and 50s. Women

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Motherless Daughters
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