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Fridays for Caregivers

Anticipatory grief is grief that occurs before death. It is common among people facing the eventual death of a loved one or their own death. This program explains what anticipatory grief is, what it can look and feel like, and how you can cope with it during a difficult time.

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Fridays for Caregivers
Fridays for Caregivers

Time & Location

28 oct 2022, 14:00 – 15:00

Zoom

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About the Event

Most people expect to feel grief after death but fewer are familiar with grief that shows up before life ends.

Because this kind of grief isn't often discussed, you might worry that it's not socially acceptable to express the deep pain you're feeling. As a result, you may not get the support you need. This program explains what anticipatory grief is, what it can look and feel like, and how you can cope with it during a difficult time.

SPEAKER

Chéri Milton has over 30 years as a counselor. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist with additional certification and a specialty in Grief Counseling. She played a primary role in the creation of the Agrace Grief Support Center. She also served in pastoral ministry for 23 years. She currently has a counseling practice in Madison, WI where she sees individuals, couples, and families. Cheri also has many years of speaking and presenting to a wide variety of audiences including, American Family, Johnson Bank, Heartland Church, and UW Law School.

Chéri and her husband reside in Pardeeville, WI. She enjoys relaxing at her home on the lake and spending time with her two grandchildren. You can find more about her at www.cherimilton.com

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