When you scroll past our name for the first time, it may seem like just a nice maxim, but, after looking again, you realize our organization’s name is actually a statement: “Sad Isn’t Bad.”
After Rachel Dohrenwend’s husband took his own life in 2017, the family was shocked. Rachel said he hadn’t given any warning signs. She and her daughter Natalie attended a Sad Isn’t Bad four-week session, and Rachel shared their story with us afterward.
In October, our Executive Director, Jill Stoebner, was invited to be interviewed on Keloland Living.
We know life after the death of a loved one is difficult, and we’re here to make it easier for families to communicate their feelings in an honest and productive way.