Rett’s Roost parents are invited to come release their rage, concern, and despair by smashing things in a safe space on May 13th at 4pm at Vent in Portsmouth, NH. We understand how difficult it is to manage emotions during a child’s cancer treatment or after they are gone. There are healthy ways to get out those difficult feelings. Like breaking things while you let the primal tears pour down.
As Vent’s website says, “Let’s be crazy, wild, and loudly ourselves… with no shame!” They offer an experience that allows you the freedom to create destruction and chaos by releasing stress through alternative body movement.
Appetizers and drinks will be served in the Vent lounge while people take turns getting their frustration, sadness, anxiety, and grief out in a controlled environment. We’ll gather and connect deeper with our empathetic community of those that truly understand.
To attend, parents or caregivers must have a child in cancer treatment or recovery, or have lost their child. There will be a limited number of spots for this activity, so sign up early.