Dealing With Grief and Loss

Beyond Sorrow – Grief Support

Grief Support Group at Higgins Funeral Home
Lead by Joe Self and Hope DeJarnatt
The 4th Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.

Beyond Sorrow is a grief support group with the purpose of allowing those who have lost a loved one to share their struggles with others who have experienced a similar loss. It is our hope to help normalize the intense impacts of grief and provide a safe, non-judgmental space for any griever to share his/her thoughts, emotions and struggles.

  • Discover and develop inner and outer resources
  • Learn coping strategies
  • Learn how to ask and receive support
  • Learn how to offer support to others
  • Learn new ways of problem-solving from peers

We meet the 4th Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m.
213 E. Market St, Fayetteville, TN 37334

RSVP is recommended to hope@higginsfh.com or by calling 931.433.2544

More grief support

Caring for yourself is not selfish. Whether you are recovering from the death of a loved one, loss of a child, or even the passing of a stranger, grief is a natural part of life.

The period of recovery after loss is different for every person. There is no timetable for grief, so you don’t have to compare yourself with others who have lost loved ones. Your life has changed, and healing in your own way is important for the health of your mind, body, and spirit. It’s normal for some days to be better than others as you mourn.

At Higgins Funeral Home, we strive to provide the resources to help you with the grieving process. Please contact one of our staff if you need guidance towards information, grief support groups, a grief counselor, or other grief support services.

Should you prefer an online source of grief support, the following link can provide you with sound information to help you manage your feelings and emotions at this most difficult time.

Center for Loss & Life Transition

“Though grief is a natural and necessary process, it’s also an extraordinarily difficult one. We’re here to help mourners and those who care for them.”

–Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D., Director of Center for Loss & Life Transition