Our Job is to be with You


We Mourn Together creates space for virtual visits and connectedness to community

There is no obligation to share.

We welcome compassionate listeners.

WMT Creates Space for Listening Rooms

We Share Meetings

One-hour Share Format Meetings

We Share All Feelings and Emotions at Our Meetings

Sad - Mad - Glad

Loss, Loneliness, Grief, Sadness, Anger, Sorrow, Despair, Isolation, Bereavement and Mourning, as well as our Happiness, Gratitude and Healing

“I’m so glad you are here whenever I chose to attend” - D

“You do a good job managing the meeting” - C

“I appreciate being able to share my thoughts and feelings with others and feel good about others trusting me to listen to them without judgement. It’s a worthwhile platform to attend at your convenience!” - A

“The We Share Meetings create space for me to express my feelings, thoughts and emotions in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. I look forward to joining the meetings knowing I will feel better after attending.” - D

“The meetings are a warm and welcoming place to express all my feelings.” - L

“When I was quarantined and self-isolating with COVID-19 symptoms the meetings were really great for me. I look forward to attending and I enjoy listening to other people share about what’s going on in their lives.” - J

“I know the meetings are there when I need them.” - R

Attend as Video Zoom Meeting or Phone-In

Moderated, small group format - 10 attendees.

Please sign up for the meeting using the contact form on the website.

We Mourn Together will forward meeting invitations with the link and/or access code via email.

We Share Meetings

Noon - EST

Tuesday and Thursday

6:00 PM - EST

We Mourn Together is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics or organizations, neither endorses nor opposes any causes.

We are inclusive, non-denominational and interfaith. We Mourn Together is deeply committed to honesty, respect, kindness and equity.

We Mourn Together is a community that:

+ Celebrates diversity within our community and in our outreach.

+ Concerns ourselves with the well-being of all people.

+ Seeks to help people with their feelings and emotions.

+ Aspires to promote compassion and understanding among people.

We Share All Feelings at Our Meetings

We gather together to be compassionate listeners. The healing power of a listening "room" is powerful. We are gathering together to share the load of the pain of loss, as we extend ourselves in compassion and caring to help others in their time of pain and suffering (grief, mourning, bereavement, loneliness, isolation).

In our meetings, we share all feelings. The topic of grief, mourning, bereavement and loneliness are common feelings among humans, generally. We often do not get in touch with these specific emotions until we begin to open up and share freely and honestly.

The open share atmosphere is non-judgmental. Free form, stream of consciousness sharing. Open and, in principle, anonymous. Who you meet here, what you hear here, let it stay here. We go around the group and offer each person the opportunity to share, with no obligation; pass if you don't want to share. We limit the meeting to 8-10 people, and the moderator is in charge of muting and un-muting the attendees. The meeting moderator limits the time of each share (@ 3 to 5 minutes depending on number of attendees) to and there is plenty of time to share. There is no obligations to share, and we welcome compassionate listeners.

We have created space for healing to happen. We are not telling people what to do. We are compassionate listeners. We Mourn Together "We Share Together" meetings are unique and groundbreaking. We Share Together meetings are an open door to virtual community, so that others can come in and find a safe place to express all feelings.

Meeting attendance is for individuals who are 18 years or older.


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If you are in crisis or you think you may have an emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. If you're having suicidal thoughts, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area at any time (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline). If you are located outside the United States, call your local emergency line immediately.

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