Sibling Loss Gathering
because you deserve support too
Let's talk about it.
When your sibling dies, people often support the surviving parents and grandparents. Maybe others have asked you, “How’s your mom? Your dad?” while completely overlooking that the person they’re speaking to — you — is also grieving.
That makes surviving your sibling extra hard. While you’re helping out your parent(s), and assisting with everything that needs to be done, you’ve been forgotten. So who supports you?
A sibling is often our closest and longest relationship. We grow up intimately with them and hold similar beliefs, values, and upbringing. But even when we don’t, there are pieces of their lives that connect us.
It’s too overwhelming to take it all alone.
Because of this, I’m co-hosting a gathering for those experiencing sibling loss. Andrea A. Moore, who we interviewed, is a sibling loss survivor and will be offering grieving coping tips, validation, and comfort alongside me.
So whether you were super close to your brother or sister, had an estranged relationship, or somewhere in between, you belong here. We will gather virtually to share our woes, unique challenges, and learn what survival looks like.
Grief is a lonely and challenging journey. It feels even more isolating when many cannot relate to your experience or think it can be cured by “holding onto the memories” and saying, “at least you had them.”
At our gathering, you won’t find that.
You’ll meet people who “get it” and not just because they’ve lost someone. But because they’re surviving a loss like you too.
When and where? It's virtual.
The event is 1-hour long. I’ll hang out a little after if anyone has personal questions.
Gathering One: Wednesday, May 18, 2022:
4:00 p.m. PST Los Angeles | 7:00 p.m. EST New York | 9:00 a.m. AEDT Sydney (May 19)
What will we do?
This is a gathering. It’s a time when you can come together with other like-minded survivors who have lost a sibling.
You can share your experience, learn from others, and listen in. Being on camera is encouraged but not required. I do encourage you to have your mic on to chat with others. The event will not be recorded to maintain your privacy.
Now, you can join us:
Seats usually fill up quickly.
Sign up today.
Sibling Loss Gathering:
Event date: May 18, 2022 – SESSION FULL