Whats up with that. At one point early on I was told it may be to early for Grief Counseling. To early, how the heck do you get out of bed with out it. Who are they to tell me when I need it. It was so hard to find a place to go. (we didn't know it was SUID for 3 1/2 months, so we couldn't go to a group for that yet.) Then got in & it was nice. Then summer came & they take the summer off, Oh see you in Sept. Whats up with that. Oh, Ok I'll put my grief on hold for the summer. Well thank God it's almost Sept. I can't wait to go back. Watch, they'll be full. lol Just wanting to know any one else have the same thing said: It may be to early? I'm SO glad I found DS, you all have been so helpful, Thanks, MeMa Barb
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