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Mother's Finding Meaning Again Mission Statement

We are a support group for any woman who has lost a child.  Our purpose is to comfort bereaved mothers.  We offer compassion, conversation, validation, support, spiritual solace and friendship to one another.  At our meetings - and our other gatherings together - no mother ever has to explain why she is suffering or justify why she can't "get over it."  We all know that no mother ever "gets over it" because the sorrow keeps our communion open with our beloved deceased children. But, in the meanwhile, we will grieve and hope together.

 

Mothers Finding Meaning Again meets monthly on the fourth Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  The meeting place changes from month-to-month with the members sharing their own homes in the Western Main Line PA suburbs. For further information please contact Mary Jane Hurley Brant at maryjanebrant@gmail.com or Joan Garbutt at jcggar@aol.com or Terry Griffin at teresagriffin07@aol.com  We welcome you.  Don't be alone on this journey; we are here for you.

 

In March of 2009 Mothers Finding Meaning Again, a support group for mothers who have lost children.  It's founder, Mary Jane Hurley Brant, M.S., CGP is a practicing psychotherapist and grief specialist who also specializes in the loss of a child.  The group was formed out of her own pain of losing her daughter, Katie Brant, to a brain tumor she lived her life despite the diagnosis for 10 years. 

 

 

 

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