group explores divorce-related topics
Relationships' and 'Single Sexuality'
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Am I ready to begin dating again? How can I make
sure a new relationship will work out? If I don't remarry, how can I
deal with the loss of intimacy?
These questions will be answered when the DivorceCare support
group meets from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Jefferson Street Christian
Church, 1700 N. Jefferson St.
DivorceCare is a video seminar
series featuring experts on divorce and recovery topics such as
coping with loneliness and depression, financial survival, and
single parenting. Each session also includes group discussion.
"New Relationships" suggests 12 ways divorced individuals can
know whether they are ready to begin dating again. The video
features pastor and author Tony Evans, Ph.D., of Dallas, Texas; Gary
Richmond, pastor and author of "The Divorce Decision"; and David
Seamands, Ph.D., pastor and author of "Healing for Damaged
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"Single Sexuality" offers suggestions for dealing with sexual
urges and desires after divorce. Featured experts include author and
speaker Dick Purnell, licensed clinical social worker Linda Mintle,
Ph.D., and Elsa Kok, editor of the single-parent-family edition of
Focus on the Family magazine.
DivorceCare will meet every Monday through April 3. Participants
may join the group at any time during the 12-week series;
preregistration is not required. Cost of the DivorceCare workbook is
$12. Child care is available.
Call (217) 732-9294 for information.