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Grief support group and recovery method course available

Monday evenings beginning Oct. 26 in Bluffton

Your feelings are normal and natural. 

The problem is that we have been socialized to believe that these feelings are abnormal and unnatural, says Chris Schilling of Bluffton.

Schilling is an ordained minister, hospital and Air Force Reserve chaplain, and an Advanced Grief Recovery Method (GRM) specialist.

Later this month, he will lead a secular educational, evidence-based program that helps persons with unresolved grief in their lives.

The program introducing participants over 7-8 weeks to different methods to help process any type of grief. Examples include the loss of loved ones, the end of relationships, change in one's health and mobility, or the loss of a pet. 

The in-person seven-week course takes place at First Mennonite Church, Bluffton, at 7 p.m. Mondays starting Oct. 26. 

Schilling can also work one-one in person or online over Zoom. For information about the course, fees and to sign up, contact Schilling at 513-399-6425 at chris.schillingGRM@outlook.com.

Schilling is married to Rev. Karol Schilling, pastor of Bluffton Presbyterian Church. Additional details are below: