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Talking to children about the shooting in Las Vegas

Talking to children about the shooting in Las Vegas

Children may have many questions or concerns about yesterday’s violence in Las Vegas. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides tips for talking with your children about mass shootings and violence.  Feel free to contact Full Circle at 912-2947 ext 107 or fullcircle@fullcircelgc.org if you […]

TOGETHER

TOGETHER

Day 5 TOGETHER we create “My name is Micah and I am 14 years old.  My family came to Full Circle because my dad died on May 31, 2015.  Full Circle’s groups have helped me to understand the loss of my loved one and realize […]

Dance the Night Away

Dance the Night Away

Dance the night away to tunes by Premiere Band! Covers by Bon Jovi, Bruno Mars, The Temptations, Justin Timberlake, Pink, Beyonce, Journey, Maroon 5, and MORE! Full of HeART Silent Auction and Cocktail Party on Saturday, November 18th at The Hippodrome Theater! Tickets go on […]

BIG Announcements!

BIG Announcements!

Full Circle has a NEW website! Our online giving campaign starts next Monday! We have added more detailed descriptions of our programs and events on our new website. We have also added an educational blog, Grief Compass, for professionals and those who are grieving.   […]

Helping Children Remember and Honor Their Loved Ones

Helping Children Remember and Honor Their Loved Ones

HELPING CHILDREN REMEMBER AND HONOR THEIR LOVED ONES By Allyson England Drake, M.Ed, CT Founder/Executive Director   Saying goodbye to a loved one who has died is one of the most difficult experiences for a child.  This painful process can be made a little easier […]

Saying “I’m Sorry” when someone is grieving

Saying “I’m Sorry” when someone is grieving

SAYING “I’M SORRY” WHEN SOMEONE IS GRIEVING By Allyson England Drake, M.Ed, CT Founder/Executive Director Many times, individuals don’t feel comfortable with what is appropriate to say to someone who is grieving the death of someone significant.  Is saying “I am sorry” sufficient or appear […]