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WE’RE GATHERING VIRTUALLY AGAIN THIS YEAR!

OUR INAUGURAL YEAR, 2021, BROUGHT MORE THAN 500 WOMEN FROM 24 COUNTRIES TOGETHER, VIRTUALLY. 

 

This year, we are happy to invite new and old friends back to Zoom so we can gather on what can be a sensitive holiday for so many of us whose mothers have died. Join the two of us and other guest speakers for this free event to explore:

  • How can we still honor our moms on this weekend?

  • How can we, if we have children, allow Mother’s Day to be about ourselves and her at the same time?

  • How can we find others who understand what this day represents for us?

LOOKING FOR A COMMUNITY
WHO UNDERSTAND? 

There’s a weekly group just for you:

MOTHERLESS DAUGHTERS COMMUNITY CALLS.

 

Registration opens at the top of each month! Meet Hope and a supportive collective of Motherless Daughters in the Zoom room to discuss topics that matter the most. Now with two sections to choose from:

Tuesdays @ 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET 

OR

Thursdays @ 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

 


 

 

Hope Edelman has been writing, speaking, and leading workshops and retreats in the bereavement field for more than 25 years. She was 17 when she lost her mother to breast cancer and 40 when her father died, events that inspired her to offer grief education and support to those who cannot otherwise receive it.

 

Hope’s first book, Motherless Daughters, was a #1 New York Times bestseller and appeared on multiple bestseller lists worldwide. Hope’s most recent book, The AfterGrief, offers an innovative new language for discussing the long arc of loss. She has published six additional books, including Motherless Mothers and the memoir, The Possibility of Everything. Her work has been translated into 14 languages and published in 11 countries.

 

Hope has also published articles and essays in numerous publications and anthologies, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Real Simple, Parade, and CNN.com. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in nonfiction writing from the University of Iowa.  She is a certified Martha Beck Life Coach and has also done certificate training in narrative therapy.