V-SRG: Compassion Fatigue & Boundary Setting
October 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm CDT
Let's face it – as military and veteran spouses, we are often wearing many hats and juggling all sorts of tasks. We may be supporting our partner, taking care of the kids, managing work and volunteering, cooking, cleaning, feeding the dogs, keeping the family calendar, dropping off, and picking up from the dozens of weekly obligations. You name it, we're doing it, and yet, nothing on that list really had much to do with us. That's a problem.
If you're feeling overwhelmed with everything on your plate and looking for help, then this chat is for you. In this session, you'll connect with other military and veteran spouses/partners to discuss the ways in which we provide care to those in our lives, the negative cost of caring, and introduce boundary-setting as a tool we can use in our lives and relationships to ensure we are able to pour from a full cup, not an empty one.
These sessions will give participants a sneak peek into our Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group(V-SRG) Program, leading participants through the curriculum's Compassion Fatigue and Boundary Setting session.
Note: To be eligible for this group you must be the spouse or committed partner of an active duty service member or post-service veteran. If you have been a past participant in the V-SRG program, or are currently participating in a group, you are still eligible to join this session.