We’re so excited to have launched a new and very special support group for our grandparents. It’s hard for some to understand the important role the grandparent plays in the childhood cancer household. With parents trying to juggle work and treatment schedules grandparents become, for many siblings, the face at the door when the school bus pulls away. They become the homework helper and the taxi service for after school events. The grandparent role becomes vital in many homes.
When you consider the stress of a sick grandchild coupled with worries for the well being of their own child this newfound support role can be both isolating and stressful. That’s where GRANDpower comes in. We’re bringing childhood cancer grandparents together!
We meet the last Thursday of each month at Towamencin Mennonite Church, 1980 Sumneytown Pike, Kulpsville, PA 19443. Join us at noon for lunch and conversation. Jennifer Dressler from dresslercounseling.com will be available to facilitate conversation and offer support if needed. You’ll leave GRANDpower feeling refreshed and blessed.
For additional information or to register for this FREE event contact Dawn Zucca at email@example.com
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I think songs have souls. They don't like being abandoned. Sometimes people abandon songs because they remind them of some painful past and constant truths they don't want to remember or even face. I think nobody likes being thrown away and it's a universal truth. Could songs be haunted then? Will they play favorites too? Like if somebody stops singing them or stops listening to them, it would be a big deal only depending on who was it? It's hard to explain but I think aside from the overall feel of the song itself, it has a separate life of its own.
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