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Relationship After Loss – How to navigate dating after the loss of a spouse

Offered Free by The Elizabeth Hospice


Feelings of loneliness after the death of a spouse can be debilitating. And yet, the fear of meeting and forming a bond with someone new often prevents people from moving forward and finding a relationship again.
The Elizabeth Hospice is offering Relationship After Loss, a free workshop for widows and widowers, who are seeking answers to questions like “How will I know when I’m ready to start dating again?” and “Where do I go to meet someone?”
Relationship After Loss will meet on Wednesday, May 22 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm at the Murrieta Senior Center located at 41717 Juniper Street, Murrieta 92562.  Space is limited and attendees are required to register by May 17 by calling 760-737-2054 or emailing
“Attendees will gain feelings of hopefulness in establishing relationships,” said Michelle Brown, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. “Everyone will  receive valuable information about re-entering the dating world and connect with others who are facing similar circumstances.” Brandi Garcia, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, will also facilitate the workshop.
The Elizabeth Hospice makes it easy for people to find the resources they need by providing a variety of grief counseling and support group options are available at multiple locations across San Diego and Southwest Riverside Counties. Counseling services are available for individuals, couples, families and children, including those who do not have a patient affiliation with The Elizabeth Hospice. For more information about grief counseling and support groups, call 800-797-2050 or visit
As an independent nonprofit provider of hospice and palliative care and grief support, The Elizabeth Hospice relies on charitable contributions from individuals and businesses to continue its mission. Donations can be made online at
About The Elizabeth Hospice
The Elizabeth Hospice, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit healthcare leader, has been providing comfort and counsel to children and adults faced with the challenges associated with a life-threatening illness, and restoring hope to grieving children and adults who are feeling lost and alone. Since 1978, The Elizabeth Hospice has touched the lives of more than 100,000 people in the communities it serves by providing medical, emotional and spiritual support, regardless of patient affiliation or ability to pay. The Elizabeth Hospice is accredited by The Joint Commission and is a member of the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. To learn more, call 800-797-2050 or visit

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