H.E.A.L Virtual Women's Support Group Meeting December 09, 2021
Time & Location
About the Event
H.E.A.L is always free of charge and open to young ladies/ women (16+) of all backgrounds regardless of sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, race. We promote healing through sharing, honesty, and deep conversation centered around hope, empowerment, acceptance, and love.
Our women’s support group is a safe, loving, and supportive environment for women to explore and discuss their problems and issues where honesty is encouraged and accepted. Our group members learn to better handle their everyday stresses and manage depression, anxiety, and challenges.
- Domestic Abuse Recovery
- Single life
- Mid-life and aging
- Depression and anxiety
Relationships are a key topic in the group. Women often struggle with relationships and healthy boundaries, which can positively impact our relationships. At times we and have difficulty understanding why we can’t make the right connections or make our existing connections work better.
With a support group, women can get the healing support of other women, which is a POWERFUL force. Being among people with shared experiences and situations creates a unique emotional identification that is different from the type of support obtained from a professional. Being able to open up without fear of being judged or hurting someone they love makes them feel accepted and allows them to begin the healing process.
The biggest advantage of this support group and others like it is in helping women realize that they are not alone, that other people have similar problems and struggles.
Discovering others that share similar experiences, helps reduce the feelings of isolation and hopelessness.
Women can get compassion and feedback that helps them find new possibilities or leads to enlightenment and changes in their journey. Women in our support group give each other the priceless gift of offering hope, empowerment with acceptance, and love for each other to make progress for their future.
Attendees are never pressured to talk or share; they are welcome to come to listen and observe until they feel comfortable engaging in conversation.
To find out more about H.E.A.L, click here.