Sup­port group ser­vice

Rutherglen Reformer - - Health Matters -

The Cam­bus­lang Be­reave­ment Group is en­cour­ag­ing peo­ple strug­gling to cope with loss this Christ­mas to make use of its ser­vice.

The fes­tive sea­son can be es­pe­cially dif­fi­cult for the be­reaved, and the group hopes to reach out to help those in need of sup­port.

A spokesper­son said:“‘Tis the sea­son to be jolly’is the mes­sage we hear on all sides at this time of year.

“We know per­fectly well that ev­ery­thing in the gar­den is not lovely, far from it, but most of us can cope with what is al­most an obli­ga­tion to ap­pear to be cheer­ful.

“Peo­ple who have been be­reaved, par­tic­u­larly those who are fac­ing Christ­mas and the New Year with­out a dearly loved part­ner, mem­ber of the fam­ily, or close friend, for the first time, or even some time ago, may be find­ing it hard.

“If you are one of those strug­gling just now, and if you feel that talk­ing about your loss would be of help to you, please think about com­ing to see us at the Cam­bus­lang Be­reave­ment Sup­port Group.

“We meet weekly on Wed­nes­days from 10am till noon in the Mor­ris­ton Room of Cam­bus­lang Parish Church, Arnott Way, (just off Cam­bus­lang Main Street) You can be sure of a warm wel­come in a re­laxed at­mos­phere.

“We are there to lis­ten to what you want to say. It can be com­fort­ing to know you are be­ing heard.”

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