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1 in 3 college students experience a loved one’s death or a loved one’s diagnosis of a terminal illness.
AMF, short for Actively Moving Forward, connects and empowers grieving college students. These students support one another with peer-led grief support groups as well as participate in community service events in memory of their loved ones, and by doing so, they raise awareness about the needs of grieving young adults across the country.
Presented by: Alicia Coppola, Actress, Author, Wife and Mother of Three
Alicia knows grief to well. At the young age of 12, she learned of her father’s diagnosis, cancer. Living with his disease for 10 years, Alicia was among the 1 in 3 grieving college students as she struggled to balance the burdens of being in college while caring for her father during his end-of-life. During this taped webinar, Alicia answer your submitted questions in the most candid and honest way, recalling her own experience and feelings about love, death and grief.
This webinar, hosted by AMF, a HealGrief program.
This webinar is FREE!
This webinar is currently being edited and will be available soon.
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A collection of 33 narratives told by students and young adults wanting to share their stories, making a difference in the lives of future grieving students.
A young girls journey as she cares for her hero (her father) as he begins his journey to end-of-life and she begins hers, to womanhood…A story so intimate, yet you share so openly.
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